Two lorries and a car have crashed on the A50 this morning, Tuesday, August 29.
A man was taken to hospital after emergency services responded to reports of the crash on the westbound stretch of the carriageway between A522 for Uttoxeter and Upper Tean and A521 at the Blythe Bridge Roundabout, at 5.20am on Tuesday, August 29.
Fire crews from Uttoxeter and Longton attended the scene and were there for about an hour.
A Staffordshire Fire and Rescue spokesman said: "Nobody in the LGVs was injured. The man in the car already had a bit of back pain, and he received treatment from the ambulance service, then was taken to the Royal Stoke University Hospital."
There was major delays on the A50 following the incident, which also saw adhesive powder spilled on the road. The road was blocked until 7.35am.