The Cosford Air Ambulance crew was called to the scene after a blue Ford Transit and a Silver Mercedes sprinter collided near Gaylee around 11.35 BST on Thursday. Two people were injured in the incident, one was taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital and the other was taken to a hospital in Wolverhampton for treatment of minor injuries.
A spokesman for the West Midlands Ambulance Service said the condition of the male driver at Stoke Hospital was “serious”.
Two ambulances were present at the scene, a paramedic officer and the West Midlands Air Ambulance Service who quickly released a statement.
The spokesman said: “We are currently in a serious road traffic collision at A5 near Gaylee Island in Stafford.
“We were called at 11.33 in the morning. Two ambulances, a paramedic officer and an Oxford Midlands Air Ambulance are currently treating two patients. “
The slightly injured patient was taken to New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton for evaluation and treatment.
The spokesman added: “The driver of the second van, a man, was treated by ambulance personnel for a non-life-threatening injury before being taken to New Cross Hospital by Land Ambulance for further examination.”
The ambulance service addressed the seriously injured driver: “When the ambulance crews arrived at the scene, they found the driver of a van, a man in critical condition.
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Staffordshire Police are investigating the collision and are requesting eyewitness and any dashcam footage of the crash.
A police spokesman said: “Police are reviewing footage of the scene and would like to speak to those who witnessed the clash or who may have had CCTV or dashcam footage of the area at the time of the incident.”
The April 7 incident quoted 255 as saying anyone with information about the clash was asked to contact police.
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