A man has been airlifted to hospital after a car rolled off a driveway and over his leg.
Emergency services arrived at the address off Roman Road, Norton, in Stourbridge shortly before 11:45am.
Ambulance services gave him pain relief before airlifting him to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham for emergency treatment.
Midlands Air Ambulance will officially open its new headquarters in Stourbridge later.
The new facilities aim to provide a better working environment for the fundraising and administration support team.
The charity which responds to around ten incidents a day says the move will reduce office costs by fifty per cent.
A mother from Hereford has been given the Airlift Hero Award 2013 after a car crash at Christmas in 2008 left her with life threatening injuries.
Claire Davies was driving with her daughter, Chloe, and two friends in the car when she was involved in a major crash. She was left with countless wounds and serious head injuries.
After spending three weeks in intensive care, Claire slowly recovered and returned to her family to raise her daughter.
Two helicopters from Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance have attended the crash on the M62 near Pontefract, West Yorkshire, which has left at least 19 people with injuries.
In total, six air ambulances have attended the scene.
A woman has died following a road traffic collision in Shropshire today.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called the incident in Dunns Heath, Berwick, shortly after 10:40am this morning.
“On arrival at the scene, crews found a single car that had left the carriageway and had collided with a fence and a tree," said a West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman.
“The driver from the car was out of the vehicle and bystanders and police officers were found to be carrying out resuscitation attempts on the woman. Crews immediately assessed the casualty but, despite best efforts, nothing could be done to save the woman and she was confirmed dead at the scene.”
Three Olympic and Paralympic gold medal winning equestrians have become ambassadors of the Midlands Air Ambulance. Two have been helped by the service themselves.
Eight per cent of callouts for the ambulance are connected to horse riding and its three new ambassadors want people to donate to the service. Lee Comley reports.
A motorcyclist who was resuscitated twice after a bad crash says if wasn't for the Air Ambulance Service, he wouldn't be alive today.
Anthony Brooks from Derbyshire suffered multiple injuries and broken bones after falling off the back of a friend's bike. He survived after being airlifted to hospital.