A WOMAN who crashed her car, rolling it into the central reservation on the M6, is currently being treated by paramedics.
A spokesman for the ambulance service said they were called to the incident at Junction 12 on the southbound carriageway just before 2:30pm to reports of a car that had crashed into the central reservation.
“We have got an ambulance, a paramedic and a responder paramedic on the scene and the air ambulance is on its way,” she said. “The woman had got herself out of the vehicle prior to our arrival on the scene.”
A police spokesman said they received a call at 2.30pm to say a vehicle had rolled onto its side between lanes two and three just prior junction 12.
She said the vehicle, which appeared to have rolled onto its roof was smoking when officers arrived on the scene.
Traffic is reported to be at a standstill.
A spokesman for Staffordshire Fire and Rescue said: “The Service received a call at 2.32pm to report a road traffic accident between Junction 13 of the M6 (Stafford South) and Junction 12 of the M6 (Gailey).
“One vehicle was on its side,” she said. “Two crews from Stafford, one from Penkridge and one from Rising Brook attended the incident and made the vehicle safe.
She said the woman had been taken to hospital by air ambulance.