Man cut free after car smashes into wall and flips over outside Wolverhampton club
A man had to be cut free from a car after crashing into a taxi and a brick wall in Wolverhampton.
Emergency services were called to Bushbury Lane, where the car ended up on its side outside London Midland Railway Club at around 11.45am on Sunday.
A spokesman for West Midlands Fire Service said that after the car collided with the taxi before smashing into the club wall.
Bricks could be seen scattered outside the club, which also had some of its windows smashed.
A man inside the vehicle was cut free by firefighters using a powersaw and taken to New Cross Hospital in an ambulance.
Two other adults in the vehicle were also injured and an air ambulance landed nearby.
Liberal Democrat campaigner Nick Machnik-Foster has now called for Wolverhampton Council to take action on the city's 'dangerous' roads.
He said: "Yet another major accident on a major Wolverhampton road. It is time to have average speed cameras introduced to catch those that think they don't have to obey the laws before more people get killed or seriously injured."
Bottled water given to vulnerable and tankers provide extra water as Severn Trent says demand has risen by 300 million litres in last week
Sorry, we are not accepting comments on this article.