Injuries following collision on M6
Five people were injured and taken to hospital following a motorway collision involving two lorries and a car on Sunday.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the southbound carriageway of the M6, between junctions 15 and 14, at 4.35am and sent four ambulances, two paramedic officers and a Basics doctor to the scene.
A teenage boy, who had been travelling in the car, received treatment at the scene for serious injuries before being transported to Royal Stoke University Hospital on blue lights and sirens.
Two further children, a boy and a girl, were taken to the same hospital with less serious injuries.
A woman was treated for cuts to her face and hip pain and also taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital, as was a man, with minor injuries.
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