29-year-old man suffers serious injuries after crash in Cordoba

A 29-year-old man was involved in an accident this morning, Sunday, September 20, on the Carretera de La Carlota, part of the A-445, in Cordoba, in which he was seriously injured.

According to the information provided, the 29-year-old man was the driver of the vehicle which he became trapped inside after hitting a wall.

The accident took place this morning, around 4.30 am.

It was necessary for the Civil Guard and members of the La Carlota Primary Care Emergency Service to attend along with the firefighters, to help with the rescue.

After being removed from the car and treated by the paramedics, the 29-year-old man was taken to the Hospital Reina Sofía with serious injuries.

Hospital sources have reported that he has been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit and is stable despite the severity.

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