Motorists confronted site visitors chaos after a crash blocked off a key metropolis centre route.
Drivers grew to become caught in large tailbacks following a collision between a HGV and a automotive on Bristol Highway on Thursday afternoon, December 5.
Emergency companies rushed to the busy Belgrave Middleway site visitors lights simply earlier than 1pm.
One man suffered minor accidents and was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for additional therapy.
No-one else was injured within the crash. Extreme entrance finish injury to each automobiles will be seen in a picture taken by a passerby.
Bus companies have been additionally diverted across the scene, with site visitors blocked from turning proper into the town centre.
The 61, 63, 8A and 8C have been diverted away from the collision website, whereas drivers have been advised to plan forward of their journey.
They have been urged to make use of the ring street the place attainable to keep away from the massive queues on the A38 out of the town centre.
Queues have been additionally heading again to Dartmouth Circus although the tunnels.
At 2pm, West Midlands Roads tweeted: “That is now inflicting intensive queues on the A38 out of the Metropolis, with queues from Dartmouth Circus by means of the tunnels right down to Belgrave Middleway site visitors lights.
“Plan forward and think about using the Ring Highway.”
A spokeswoman for West Midlands Ambulance Service stated: “We have been known as at 12.47pm to Bristol Highway to studies of an RTC involving a automotive and a HGV.
“We despatched an ambulance, a paramedic officer and the West Midlands Care Workforce to the scene.
“We’re at the moment assessing one affected person.”
They later added: “We handled one affected person, a person who was the motive force of the automotive for minor accidents. He’s been taken to the QE for additional therapy.”