Rush-hour delays in Birmingham after lorry crash
Drivers in the morning rush hour faced delays in Birmingham after a collision involving two lorries.
One lorry driver aged about 40 had neck pain after the crash at Dartmouth Circus in Aston.
The ambulance service, which was called at 0615 BST, said a platform was built by the fire service and a door taken off so he could go on a spinal board.
The other lorry driver was not injured. There were delays on the A38 (M) inbound and the A4540.
The condition of the lorry driver with neck pain was not believed to be too serious, an ambulance service spokesman said.