A man was taken to hospital after his car flipped and overturned on its roof today.
The driver hit a tree before flipping his car on Forge Lane, where it meets Park Lane, in West Bromwich this morning at 10.30am.
It is understood the man may have been unfamiliar with the road, and lost control of his car.
The crash happened on the on the same road where two men were killed last month.
He was pulled from the wreckage by passers-by, and given first aid at the scene before being taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
West Bromwich fire station crew commander Daniel Pellowe said: “We understand it was a gentleman possibly unfamiliar with the road. He lost control of the car, clipped the kerb, collided with a tree and flipped the car onto its roof.
“He was pulled out by some witnesses who laid him on the road before our arrival. The only actions we did were to give initial first aid treatment and the ambulance personnel gave him a thorough check.
“He had no visible injuries, but was taken to hospital as a precaution.”
The car blocked both lanes of the road, which runs along Hilltop Golf Course, and was recovered by the police.
The road was closed for around 45 minutes.
The crash happened on the same stretch of road where two men were killed in a crash on August 14. Mandip Singh Khangura, aged 28, and Sukbir Singh Rana, 23, were in a Honda Civic when it crashed into a barrier and flipped over in Park Lane at 10.12pm that night.
Mr Khangura, of Oxhill Road, Handsworth, died at the scene, while Mr Rana, of Copthall Road, Handsworth, died in hospital.
The men were thrown from the car after it hit railings near Handsworth Cemetery.
Following that impact, the Honda flipped over.
Police believe the men were heading along Park Lane, approaching the junction with Camp Lane, when the Honda Civic struck the metal barriers and flipped.
Their inquests were opened last month, and police are urging witnesses to the crash to call 101.