A man and a woman were injured following a serious accident in Shenley Lane, Northfield at around 2.20am this morning (Saturday 22nd June).

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “Crews arrived to find a car that had left the road and been in collision with a tree. The car had also rolled over.

“The two occupants of the vehicle, a man and a woman, were trapped due to their injuries.

“The man believed to be in his late 20’s, and the woman, believed to be in her 30’s, both suffered serious leg injuries. The woman also suffered pelvic and wrist injuries.

“Both patients received emergency treatment whilst trapped in the vehicle, and were then extricated with the assistance of the fire service. They were trapped for around one hour.

“The man and woman were released and their conditions stabilised by ambulance crews. Both were transferred by ambulances to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Major Trauma Unit for further emergency treatment.”

[Update] At 11.30am this morning there was a further accident on Shenley Lane. This happened at the junction with Gregory Avenue. According to West Midlands Police, two vehicles were involved in a collision and one person was transferred to hospital with minor injuries.

Accident at 11.30am | image by Soph Lewis
Accident at 11.30am | image by Soph Lewis


  1. i am gald no one was killed but shenley lane is a dual carriagway with no sharp corners or sudden hazards. At the weekend and night it is always pretty quiet with low traffic volumes and no traffic lights.
    So why do people have accidents on it??

  2. Probably because some drivers are not capable of driving within the speed limit… thats not just at night and weekends though, its all the time. I have seen cars doing what i would estimate at around 50mph on the road…that has parked cars, shops, crossings, side roads, children playing next to and schools to mention some of the obvious dangers.


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