Six teenagers were injured after a car crashed into a bus stop in Walsall. The Peugeot 106 hit the bus stop where the children were waiting.
Four boys and two girls were treated at the scene in Walsall Wood. One of the boys was taken to Walsall Manor Hospital after suffering a fractured leg in the impact.
Ian Walker, aged 46, who runs the DEI Convenience Store in Friezland Lane, near to the bus stop, said he had heard a "massive bang" and described the scene as "mayhem".
He said: "I heard that the car came over the speed bump, lost control, hit the kerb and ploughed into the kids at the bus stop.
"I looked outside and there were kids everywhere. They were giving one lad oxygen on the floor.
"There must have been about four ambulances and the police were also there. It was mayhem. There were a lot of kids in shock and crying."
Doris Edwards, aged 76, who lives opposite the bus stop, added: "I heard a bang and went outside. There was one lad lying down. It was a bit of a shock.
"I initially thought the car had hit my wall. I just hope everybody is okay."
Lee Page, spokesman for West Midlands Police, said officers were called to the scene at 3.15pm yesterday. He said: "We are looking into what happened."
West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman Suzie Fothergill said: "Crews were called to reports of a car that had been in collision with a number of pedestrians at a bus stop.
On arrival at the scene crews found six teenage pedestrians, two girls and four boys, that had become injured in the collision.
"One of the teenage boys was treated at the scene for a fractured leg before being conveyed to Walsall Manor Hospital. The five other casualties were all treated for minor injuries."