The ambulance service has released a statement following a two-car crash in Stoke-on-Trent.
Emergency services were dispatched to Dawlish Drive, Bentilee, at around 6.45pm yesterday evening following the collision.
Firefighters also had to be called in after concerns were raised fuel had spilled onto the road.
Two occupants in one of the cars was checked over by paramedics, however the driver of the other vehicle had left the scene before their arrival.
A Staffordshire Police spokeswoman confirmed the other driver, a man, had suffered only minor injuries.
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A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “We were called at 6.44pm to Dawlish Drive, Bentilee, to reports of a two-car RTC.
“One ambulance attended and assessed the occupants of one car who were uninjured. The other occupants of the second vehicle involved had left the scene prior to our arrival.”
The police spokeswoman said: “Officers attended alongside our colleagues in the ambulance and fire services. Firefighters attended as there were reports fuel had spilled onto the carriageway.
“Two people in one vehicle were checked by paramedics and discharged at the scene. The driver of the other vehicle, a man, had suffered minor injuries.”