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There were three people in one of the vehicles and a man and woman in their 80s were taken to the Russells Hall Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Another man was taken to Sandwell Hospital.
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A motorcyclist was left with serious injuries after his motorbike collided with a car in the Black Country on Saturday.
The crash happened at the junction of Rowley Village and Mackmillan Road in Rowley Regis just after 9.15pm yesterday evening.
He was treated at the roadside before being taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
One occupant from the car, which also hit a wall in the collision, was assessed and treated by ambulance staff after suffering a facial injury as well as neck and upper back pain.
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The girl is very poorly in hospital…it’s shocking to think someone could leave a child seriously hurt in the street, drive off and make no effort to get her medical treatment.
Clearly this is distressing at any time for the girl’s family but to happen just days before Christmas is truly heart-breaking.
If anyone saw what happened, was driving in the area at the time, or has any suspicions over who may have been involved, then please call me.
The Collision Investigation Unit can be contacted on the 101 phone number.