A pensioner was airlifted to hospital after being struck by a car along a busy Black Country road.
The man, aged in his 80s, suffered lower back pain, cuts and bruises in the collision along the Bridgnorth Road, Wollaston, at around 2.50pm.
A passing ambulance crew was flagged down by a member of the public and started treatment while other crews were alerted to help out.
The air ambulance from Cosford was also dispatched and landed near to the entrance of Wollaston Village Hall.
The man was taken to Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital for further checks and treatment but his injuries are not believed to be serious.
Police closed off the road at its junctions with King Street, Belfry Drive and the roundabout leading to High Street and Meriden Avenue.
It remained closed off for more than two hours causing traffic queues to form along Bridgnorth Road and Enville Street.