Two drivers spent 45 minutes trapped in their cars after a serious crash in Droitwich this morning.
The accident happened on the A38 at Briar Hill at around 8.20am.
Ambulance crews believe one of the cars had crossed over to the opposite side of the dual carriageway before the vehicles collided.
One woman suffered head and pelvic injuries, and a man was treated for chest and back injuries.
It's believed a nine-year-old boy was dragged underneath a car during a collision this morning in Droitwich.
It happened on Salwarpe Road shortly before 9:30.
He had abdominal pain and elbow and shoulder injuries and was taken to Birmingham Children's Hospital after being helped at the scene by paramedics including the Midlands Air Ambulance team.
More than £11,000 has been raised towards a new children's play area in Droitwich after a suspected arson attack this week.
The play area at Lido Park was set alight on Wednesday, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage and forcing council bosses to close the park.
Firefighters were called to the scene shortly before 10.30pm on Wednesday night by two people who were skating in the park.
A JustGiving page was set up by people living in the area with the aim of raising £5,000 towards a new play area - but donations have poured in and they have smashed that target, with the total currently standing at £11,090.
A statement on the JustGiving page by the appeal coordinators says while the council has confirmed the park was insured, they hope the money raised will enable the play area to be rebuilt before the summer holidays - and potentially even make some improvements.
We've all been past it or used it with our children at some point. It's important to the local area and therefore important to us.
We need to raise as much as we can locally to help the local council replace and improve the park, hopefully with enough money raised it can be expedited so children can enjoy it this summer.
If there is any money left it can be used on any other areas requiring attention.
A road in Droitwich, Worcestershire, is closed in both directions after a car hit a nine-year-old boy this morning.
The accident happened in Salwarpe Road, between Kidderminster Road and Ombersley Way, at around 9.20am.
The air ambulance has landed in the King George playing fields while paramedics attend to the boy, whose parents are with him.
The driver of the silver Corsa - an 84-year-old woman from Droitwich - was not injured.
Any witnesses who have not yet spoken to police are urged to call officers on 101.
A man in his twenties has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a woman at a house in Hanbury near Drotiwich.
Officers were called to out to an address in the village yesterday afternoon, where a woman in her forties was found.
Pictures of a major roofing collapse which injured five contractors have been released by the Health and Safety Executive.
The men were working for Droitwich-based Adstone Construction Ltd on a new secondary school at the Abraham Darby Academy in Telford in August 2011, when a steel canopy collapsed.
The company has now been ordered to pay more than £200,000 in fines and costs.
One of the workers, Philip Drury Sr, 54, from Mansfield, had a fractured ankle, three cracked ribs with internal bruising, head injuries and cuts and bruising to his face and head.
His son, Philip Drury Jr, 29, from Mansfield, was air-lifted to hospital strapped to a spinal board and was diagnosed with damage to two vertebrae and his shoulder.
Meanwhile, James Buchanan, 32, also from Edwinstowe, suffered arm injuries and swelling and bruising to his neck. He had to wear a neck brace for the two days he spent in hospital, and needed ultrasound scans and x-rays.
Joshua Wolak, 24, from Edwinstowe, was kept in hospital overnight with a suspected fractured rib and multiple cuts and bruises.
And Mark Drury-Tuck, 32, who lives in Ripley, suffered pain to his ribs.
A Midland construction firm has been ordered to pay more than £200,000 in fines and costs after five roofing contractors were seriously injured in a 43-foot plunge when steelwork gave way.
The five men were working for Droitwich-based Adstone Construction Ltd on a new secondary school at the Abraham Darby Academy in Telford in August 2011, when a steel canopy collapsed.
They suffered injuries ranging from cuts and bruises to multiple broken bones.
Shrewsbury Crown Court heard that key pieces of the canopy steelwork were insufficiently welded together - meaning when the workers added more materials to the roof, the welds failed and it collapsed.
As well as injuring the roofers, the collapse caused major damage to the front of the new school.
Adstone, of Wassage Way, Hampton Lovett Industrial Estate, was fined a total of 100,000 and ordered to pay £106,098 in costs after pleading guilty to breaching the Health and Safety at Work Act.
A motor race near Droitwich, that has not taken place for nearly half a century, could return if campaigners get enough support to persuade the Motorsport Association to bring it back.
Rod Spollon, hotel owner, told ITV News Central the race 'had its own heart in motoring history'.
The Chateau Impney Hill Climb ran annually, from 1957 to 1967, when a variety of cars would race around the course in the grounds of the house.
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The route for the Chateau Impney Hill Climb race would be longer and safer than during the 1950s and 1960s, according to the people behind plans to bring it back.
The new course, that runs along roads in the grounds of the estate, is double the 550 yard distance that used to be run.