A man was left seriously injured after a two-car crash in Nuneaton overnight.
The 24-year-old, who was a passenger in one of the cars, suffered pelvic and neck injuries, as well as a deep gash to the head in the smash, which happened at the junction of the A5 and The Long Shoot.
His condition was stabilised at the scene and he was taken to the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire for further treatment.
The driver of the car, a woman in her 60s, was taken to the same hospital for further assessment to a back injury.
Three people in the second car - a man and a woman in their 30s and a seven-year-old child - were taken to George Eliot Hospital as a precaution after suffering minor injure in the crash, at around 6.10pm yesterday.
Police say they have spent more than three hours at the scene of a crash involving two cars in Warwickshire.
The collision happened on the A5 at Redgate at around 6:10am this morning.
A woman who was driving one of the cars was trapped and had to be released by fire crews.
Police say the crash has caused 'serious' traffic problems on the A5 and surrounding roads and are advising drivers to avoid the area.
Nuneaton market is closing today due to adverse weather.The strong wind has started to move weighted stalls and safety is priority...1/2
Prince Harry has spoken to the athletes taking part in a challenge to row across the Atlantic, wishing them luck on their journey, and having 'playful banter' with the crew.
Scott Blaney is a former serviceman from Nuneaton, who lost his leg while in Afghanistan, and is one of four men attempting to row across the Atlantic in the Row2Recovery team.
Prince Harry is currently on a challenge to walk to the South Pole. He has been joined by Kate Philp, from Worcestershire, in the Walking with the Wounded trek.
The Prince contacted the rowers via satellite phone yesterday.
An former servicemen from Nuneaton, who lost his leg in Afghanistan, is due to set off from the Canary Islands today in a rowing challenge across the Atlantic.
Scott Blainey's four-man team were due to set off on Monday, but they were delayed because of bad weather. It is expected to take them six weeks to reach Antigua in the Caribbean.
Officers from Warwickshire Police were called to a fire at a property in Upper Abbey Street, Nuneaton at about 04.40hrs this morning.
The fire, at the Shri Hindu Gujarati Samaj temple, is not believed to be suspicious at this time.
A number of local residents were evacuated to the Holiday Inn, Nuneaton, and road closures were in place in Upper Abbey Street, the Roanne Ringway, Queens Road and Corporation Street.
The fire has now been brought under control by Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service, road closures have been lifted and residents allowed to return to their homes.
Because of a train fault, trains are cancelled between Coventry and Nuneaton. Trying to source another unit, road transport has been ordered
Your views after a father from Warwickshire handed a petition to the Government calling for school children to be allowed time off during term to take holidays.
A parent from Warwickshire has delivered a petition with more than 126,000 signatures to the Department for Education calling for the Government to reverse a ban on pupils taking time off in term-time.
Craig Langman says many parents can't afford the higher cost of holidays during school breaks, and says the decision should remain with head teachers.