Husband and wife die in crash to leave their four children orphaned

Husband and wife die in six-car crash to leave their three daughters and one son orphaned

  • Husband and wife were killed in horrific six-car crash in Worcestershire
  • Birmingham couple leave their three daughters and one son orphaned
  • Police said six cars crashed on the A435 at Wythall in Worcestershire yesterday

A husband and wife have died in a horrific six-car crash in Worcestershire yesterday, leaving their three daughters and one son orphaned.

The Birmingham couple were killed in a devastating collision on the A435 at Wythall in Worcestershire shortly after 4.30pm yesterday.

One victim was named by a grieving relative as Mohibur Rahman, Birmingham Live reports. He died alongside his wife, who has not been identified.    

West Mercia Police said a black Honda Civic travelling south was involved in a collision near an Esso petrol station, sending it across the central reservation and into oncoming traffic on the northbound carriageway. 

West Mercia Police examine the wreckage after a crash left a man and a woman dead on the A435 Alcester Road bypass through Wythall in Worcestershire

The Birmingham couple were killed in a devastating collision on the A435 at Wythall in Worcestershire shortly after 4.30pm yesterday

West Mercia Police said a black Honda Civic travelling south was involved in a collision near an Esso petrol station, sending it across the central reservation and into oncoming traffic on the northbound carriageway

Two other people were rushed to Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital, with one who was being treated for serious injuries said to be in a ‘stable condition’. 

Another man was treated at the scene for minor injuries before being taken to the same hospital, while a fifth patient was discharged at the scene.   

Police said they are appealing for witnesses following the collision in Bromsgrove.

West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) said a man and a woman were pronounced dead at the scene on the A435 between junction 2 for the M42 and the roundabout at Becketts Farm.

West Mercia Police Investigation officers examine the scene of the six-car crash

Two other people were rushed to Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital, with one who had been being treated for serious injuries said to be in a ‘stable condition’

Multiple resources were sent to the scene, including the Midlands Air Ambulance from Strensham, the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance, the West Midlands CARE Team, three land ambulances and several paramedic officers. 

Sergeant Leon Westwood said: ‘The collision happened when a black Honda Civic travelling south on the A435 towards the M42 was involved in a collision near to the petrol station, resulting in it crossing the central reservation into oncoming traffic on the northbound carriageway.

‘Sadly, both occupants of the Honda were pronounced dead at the scene and our thoughts are with their families at this terribly sad time.

‘A number of paramedics attended as well as the air ambulance and one other member of the public travelling north is in a stable condition in hospital having suffered serious injuries.’ 

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