A SERIOUS collision between a motorcycle and a car caused injuries yesterday in Malvern.

Emergency services, including the air ambulance, were called to the scene to help the injured motorists.

Malvern Cops shared on social media yesterday morning that the "Castlemorton Common Road" had closed following the road traffic collision. 

Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service were in attendance at the scene alongside the police and confirmed the vehicles involved in the collision.

A spokesperson for Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said: We are still currently at the scene near the Castlemorton Common on the B4208.

"The crash involved one motorcycle and one car and there are casualties.

"We received the call at 7.51am to attend the scene. The access route has been closed via Gloucester Road."

It is not currently known how many people were injured or what injuries were sustained from the collision.

READ MORE: Air ambulance at Castlemorton Common crash

A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said: "Around 7:20am on Saturday, 30 April, officers received a report of a collision between a motorbike and a car near Castlemorton Common.

"Officers, Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue and West Midlands Ambulance services attended.

"The driver of the car and the rider of the motorcycle were both taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

"Enquiries are ongoing."

According to the AA Trafic Checker yesterday, the road was closed off so that the scene could be attended to and slow traffic has been reported due to the crash on B4208.

The road closure was between The Plume of Feathers pub and Welland Gardens and was closed at Castlemorton Common.

We have contacted West Midlands Ambulance Service for more.

At 12.07pm, a spokesperson for Herford and Worcester Fire and Rescue said: "The B4208 remains closed whilst the police carry out an investigation into what caused the accident.

"Our crews left the scene at 9.05am."

The road was reopened at 2.37pm after police had finished the investigation of the scene.