A car crashed into parked cars lining a street before careering off the road and coming to rest on a driveway.
Police were forced to close Bilston Road, in Tipton, for more than an hour for debris to be cleared last night.
Residents described hearing a series of bangs with tyres screeching as the silver Fiat Punto came around a tightening bend in the road.
It is believed the Punto hit four cars, ricochetting from one to another before coming to a rest on a driveway of a house, to the shock of the homeowner.
Firefighters from Wednesbury and Tipton fire stations attended the scene around the corner from the Gospel Oak pub at around 9.15pm.
The roof was removed from the Punto to release the driver, who was taken to hospital for treatment.
The Punto had suffered significant damage with the passenger doors dented and windows smashed.
Police remained at the scene making door-to-door inquires before waiting for recovery trucks to take away the damaged vehicles.
One man living on the street, who did not wished to be named, said: “This isn’t the first crash that we have had on this stretch of road and we have asked the council to do something about it.
“There are schools and Tipton Sports Academy nearby and it isn’t safe for kids.”
Meanwhile, two pensioners were taken to hospital after being pulled from their overturned car by firefighters after it collided with a parked car.
An 81-year-old man and a 78-year-old woman, both from Cradley Heath, were taken to Russell Halls Hospital with minor injuries after the smash on Barrs Road, Cradley Heath.
Emergency services were called to the crash at 1.19pm. Two fire crews from Oldbury helped free the elderly passenger and driver, who was removed on a spinal board, so they could be taken to hospital.
The road was closed between Corngreaves Road and Valley Road by police at 1.40pm, causing queues on surrounding roads, but it was reopened by 2.51pm after the vehicle and debris were cleared from the road.