A man walked away without injuries after his car rolled over when it smashed into a sign today.
Ambulance crews were called to Birmingham Road in Wolverhampton city centre after the collision at 8.30am.
The crash happened outside Kwik Fit.
When ambulances arrived the driver was out of his vehicle, a silver grey Toyota Corolla.
West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman, Steve Parry, said: "The male driver was assessed in the car park of the old Matalan store.
“He didn't need to go to hospital or require any further treatment."
It is the third crash in the same spot in recent days.
Just yards away on the junction of Ring Road St John's and Snow Hill, a woman had to be cut free from her Peugeot after it overturned following a two car collision on September 30.
She was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries
Only two hours before, again on Ring Road St John's, five cars were involved in a smash involving a private hire cab and black Audi A3.
Two people were taken to hospital for assessment.