The A49 in Woofferton, Shropshire, is closed in both directions due to a serious accident near the junction with the A456.
The Midlands Air Ambulance is currently attending the scene. Police are directing traffic.
A man was left trapped in his car for an hour after he veered off the road and smashed into trees in Shropshire in the early hours of today.
The man, believed to be in his 20s, was driving along the A442 near Sutton Hill, Telford, when he crashed shortly before 1am.
Paramedics arrived to find the wedged between some trees, having suffered considerable damage to the front and side.
Once emergency crews managed to free him he was taken to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital for treatment to neck and back injuries.
Over 40 firefighters are currently tackling a derelict school on fire in Halesowen - the 1st 999 call came in at 16:07
Figures from the Department for Transport suggest mobile phone use in cars will be the biggest killer on the roads in 2015.
Police in the West Midlands are cracking down on the problem with a two week campaign starting next Friday, with the help of a mother whose daughter died when a driver was using his phone.
Sion Hathaway, from the Central Motorway Police Group says it is a massive problem.
A mother from Stafford whose daughter died after a lorry smashed her car into her says it didn't have to happen, because the lorry driver was using his mobile phone to browse pornographic websites at the time.
Lisa Thomas' daughter Laura died last year. She's now backing a campaign to crack down on those using their phones while driving. She says she wants to help prevent future deaths.
Lisa Thomas is launching the campaign after a lorry driver using his mobile phone ploughed into a car which hit her daughter.Read the full story ›
A teenage boy from Shropshire has gone missing.
Police are searching for 15-year-old Lewis Foster, who was reported missing from Sundorne Education Centre, Shrewsbury at 9.30am yesterday morning. He is originally from Market Drayton.
Lewis is white, of slim build and around 5ft7ins tall. He has short, platinum blond, wavy hair. He was last seen wearing a rust coloured hooded top, with a grey v neck t-shirt, dark blue jeans and a blue suede 'skater' style shoes.
"Lewis may well have travelled to a secluded location to spend some time on his own, but he is also known to have hitch hiked in the past.
"Both police and Lewis' family are now very keen to establish that he is safe and well."
A 48-year-old man from Ellesmere, Shropshire, has been found safe and well near Wrexham, in North Wales.
Ian Venner was reported missing on Tuesday.
A search has been launched to find a missing man from Ellesmere, Shropshire.
Ian Venner, 48, was last seen at his home at 11:30am yesterday.
It is thought he may be in the north Wales coastal area.
He is described as about 5’10” tall, of broad build, with receding hair which is gray at the temples, clean shaven and with an English accent.
Mr Venner wears glasses and when last seen he was thought to be wearing a Help for Heroes wristband and a few other leather bracelets, a black and white striped Barbarians rugby shirt and blue jeans. He may also have a black Gloucester Rugby Club bag.
Anyone with information should contact police.
The A49 Main Road in Dorrington, Shropshire, is closed in both directions due to a collapsed manhole at The Bank. Police are directing traffic.