This was the scene after a car and coach collided on the busy Black Country Route and hit the central reservation, closing it in both directions.
The road was closed for around four hours following the collision, which happened close to the Keyway Junction.
A 23-year-old woman was trapped in the black Fiesta she was driving and had to be cut free by firefighters before being taken to Walsall Manor Hospital.
She had suffered multiple minor injuries.
The coach, operated by Solus Coaches in Tamworth, was full at the time of the crash but nobody was injured.
Firefighters, police and paramedics were all called to the scene at around 8.20am on Saturday morning.
John Hawker, spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service, said: “Crews arrived to find a car and a coach that are believed to have been in a collision.
“Both vehicles had also been in collision with the central reservation barrier.”
The A454 Black Country Route, which links junction 10 of the M6 at Walsall and Wolverhampton, had to close while repairs were carried out to the central reservation.
Joanne Hunt, spokeswoman for West Midlands Police, said the woman’s injuries were not believed to be life threatening.
“The passengers travelling on the coach were transferred to an new coach following the collision,” she said.
“The road remained closed until 12.23pm while the central reservation barrier was repaired.”