Man being treated in Barley High Street smash

PUBLISHED: 16:55 02 August 2012 | UPDATED: 14:52 03 August 2012

Emergency services at the scene

Emergency services at the scene


Ambulance, fire and police are all in attendance at the scene of a car crash that has totally blocked Barley High Street.

The emergency services were called shortly before 3.45pm to reports of a black Jaguar crashed on the street outside The Fox and Hounds pub, with the male driver needing medical help.

Police have shut the street and helicopter medics have been called.


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