Three people were taken to hospital following a collision involving a bus and a car in Staffordshire. One woman was trapped between the vehicles.
Paramedics including the air ambulance were called following the accident in Princess Way, Stretton at around 2.35pm yesterday. Firefighters were also called.
West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman Chris Kowalik said: “Crews arrived to find a collision involving a bus and a car.
“A woman pedestrian in her forties had been trapped between the two vehicles. She had suspected rib and pelvic injuries.
“Fluids and pain relief were administered at the scene and she was immobilised before being flown to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire. The driver of the car, a man in his 80s, was shaken and had minor facial injuries.
“His passenger, a woman in her 70s, was trapped in the car and was freed with the help of the fire service. She had suspected knee injuries and had shoulder and back pain. She was also taken to Queen’s Hospital in Burton. None of the injuries are believed to be serious.”