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By Sam Webb Published: 11:16, 27 August 2013 | Updated: 17:52, 27 August 2013 A 24-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving today after his £100,000 Audi R8 was involved in a collision with a Ford Fiesta, leaving one woman dead and another fighting for her life.Rescue teams, including police, firefighters and ambulance crews, rushed to the scene of the crash in Hall Green, Birmingham, after the collision at 11.30pm last night.The pair in the Fiesta were taken to hospital, but the passenger, who was in her late forties, was pronounced dead on arrival.Horror smash: The Audi R8 sports car was in a collision a Ford Fiesta in Birmingham last night. One woman is dead and another is seriously injured A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: 'Crews arrived to find two cars that had been in a significant collision.'The passenger of one car, a woman, was in cardiac arrest and was being given CPR by police officers at the scene.'Crews and the doctor took over resuscitation attempts and continued advanced life support on the woman.'Sadly, despite efforts, nothing could be done to save the woman and she was confirmed dead on scene a short time later. The driver of the same car, a womanbelieved to be in her 50s, sustained a serious chest injury.The force of the crash caused the blue Ford Fiesta to spin 360 degrees on the road before smashing into two other parked cars Two women from the Fiesta were taken to hospital, however one of the women was pronounced dead on arrival 'She was given pain relief before crews and the doctor worked with the fire service to extricate her from the wreckage.'The woman was immobilised before being taken by land ambulance on blue lights to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, the regional trauma centre, for further emergency treatment.'The driver of the second car had left the scene prior to the arrival of the emergency services.'One witness, who took pictures of the crash scene, said: ‘To look at the state of the car I'd say it must have been a head-on collision, the car was smashed to pieces.‘For that kind of impact… I'm surprised there weren't more fatalities.’Police today sealed off the junction while crash investigators examined the wrecked cars.The Audi driver, from Acocks Green in Birmingham, left the scene but later walked into a police station at 3am this morning where he was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.Police are asking the public to get in touch if they ahve any information about the crash Police today sealed off the junction while crash investigators examined the wrecked cars Inspector Mark Watkins, from the Regional Collision Investigation Unit at West Midlands Police, said: 'We have launched a full investigation into this collision, which has tragically cost the life of one lady and caused serious injuries to another.'We urge anyone who was in the area, or saw the Audi R8 in the area before the collision, to contact us as a matter of urgency.'Pictures taken at the scene today morning showed the wrecked white Audi R8 Spyder convertible with its bonnet crumpled up in the crash.The force of the crash caused the blue Ford Fiesta to spin 360 degrees on the road before smashing into two other parked cars.Sorry we are not currently accepting comments on this article.Published by Associated Newspapers LtdPart of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group





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