An air ambulance was called after a car crash in Corsham, which led to a child being taken to hospital.

The crash, on Bradford Road, led to ambulances being called at 11:57am on Monday, May 6.

A South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust spokesperson said: “We sent one double-crewed land ambulance, one air ambulance and one operations officer to the scene and conveyed one patient by land ambulance to Royal United Hospitals Bath."

A Wiltshire Air Ambulance spokesperson confirmed that it was present and ‘carried out some treatment on scene’.

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A Wiltshire Police spokesperson confirmed that a child was involved. 

They said: “We responded to reports of a road traffic collision involving a car and a child on Bradford Road, Corsham at around 11:55am yesterday morning (Monday).

“The child was taken to hospital to be treated for minor physical injuries. No arrests were made.”