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Firefighters Free One Man And Help Paramedics To Move Another After Collision Involving Bus And Car, Allerton

Sunday, 15 June 2014
Mather Avenue, Allerton.
Firefighters freed a man and helped paramedics move another man following a collision between a bus and a car.

Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service was called at 4.36pm on Sunday, June 15, to Mather Avenue, Allerton.

The man freed by firefighters, who was freed from the bus, was treated for shock by paramedics at the scene.

Two other men, who were thought to have been passengers on the bus, including the one firefighters helped paramedics to move, were taken by ambulance to the Royal Liverpool Hospital. Firefighters had left the scene by 5.44pm.

A fire appliance from Allerton Community Fire Station and one from Belle Vale Community Fire Station attended the call-out. The Search and Rescue Team, based at Croxteth Community Fire Station, also responded to the call-out but they were not required at the scene.

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