The van came to a rest on the pavement after the heavy collision with a car at the junction of Dumblederry Lane and Station Road, Aldridge.
Two air ambulances touched down at the scene following the crash at around 3.25pm.
Debris was left scattered over the road and pavement.
The area was cordoned off as emergency services dealt with the incident.
West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman Murray McGregor said: "We sent two air ambulances, three land ambulances and two paramedic officers to the scene.
"It involved a car and a van. The van ended up on its side."
Meanwhile an air ambulance was also sent to Wolverhampton city centre after a motorbike crashed into a lamppost.
The male rider suffered serious leg injuries and was taken to the major trauma centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for treatment.