By Harriet Ernstsons Thursday 18 October 2012 Updated: 18/10 23:44
THE DRIVER of a milk van suffered serious shoulder injuries after a crash near Morrisons.
The man, who was driving a light goods vehicle carrying milk and other groceries, was involving in a collision with a car just after 7.15am today (Thursday) at the junction of Clearwell Road and Icknield Street.
His vehicle was stabilised and he was then immobilised and lifted out on to a spinal board before being taken to hospital by ambulance. The driver of the car had escaped unhurt.
Two crews from Redditch Fire Station used their environmental grab packs to prevent the spilt milk running into the drains.
Group commander Mick Cadman said: "This was a serious collision and crews worked well with paramedics to ensure the casualty received the medical attention he needed.
"They also managed to cover the drains and aver the environmental impact of a large quantity of milk entering the water course."
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