Emergency services attended car crash near Ellesmere earlier this week.

Two cars were involved in the incident near the Brow in Ellesmere on Monday evening.

A fire engine from Ellesmere was sent to the incident along with an ambulance and a police car.

Spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service Murray MacGregor said: “We received a call at 6.12pm with reports of an RTC near The Brow in Ellesmere.

“The collision involved two vehicles, with one vehicle leaking fuel.

“One of the cars had front end damage and one had rear end damage.

“There were three people at the scene – an adult male, an adult female and a younger female.

“None of them had any obvious injuries when the ambulance arrived. The adult female, who was the driver of one of the cars, was assessed and discharged at the scene after being given some advice.”

Nigel Sargeant, Corporate Communications Officer at West Mercia Police, added: "Police were called at 6.18pm on Monday, December 10 to an RTC on The Brow, Ellesmere, involving two vehicles.

"The road was not blocked and an ambulance attended to treat one vehicle occupant who was feeling nauseous.

"The drivers exchanged vehicle details and no other injuries were reported."