Seven people have been injured in a five-vehicle crash crash on the A5 in Overley, Telford, near junction seven.
One of the injured, a teenager, had to be airlifted to hospital. The other 6 were taken by land ambulance.
The crash happened at about 8.10am this morning. It involved three cars, a van and a lorry.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesperson said:
It quickly became apparent there were a number of casualties at the scene, but thankfully none of them had life-threatening injuries.
Following assessment by crews, a teenage girl was immobilised with the use of a spinal board and neck collar and treated for back and stomach injuries. She was also given pain relief before being flown to Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
The three ambulances on scene all transported two patients each to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. Four of the patients, all men in their 30s, were all travelling in the same car and suffered minor injuries in the collision.
Two further patients, two teenage girls, were also transported to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. Due to the nature of the collision and the number of vehicles involved, the incident caused significant traffic disruption in the area.
The leader of Telford and Wrekin Council has said he is not surprised that the town was voted the 10th happiest place to live in the UK.
The survey by property website Rightmove asked people how content they are with their home and community.
Kuldip Sahota, Leader of Telford and Wrekin Council, said:
"I am not the least bit surprised by this survey as I happen to think Telford is a fantastic place to live. It is a vibrant, modern town with plenty of history and a perfect mix of industry and green space."
Telford has been named as one of the top ten happiest places to live in the UK.
It came in at number 10 in the survey by property website Rightmove which asked people how content they are with their home and community.
North Yorkshire spa town of Harrogate topped the poll of 50,000 people to be crowned the happiest place to live in Britain.
But what's the rest of the Top 10?
Motorists were today warned of traffic disruption and delays as the next stage of a multi-million project to transform a Telford ring-road into a two-way route begins.
The Box Road from Woodhouse Central into Foregate, near the Odeon cinema, will be closed 24 hours a day for up to six weeks.
A diversion will be in place via Lawn Central, Hollinsgate and Rampart Way.
The new road system is designed to improve access to Telford Shopping Centre ahead of the £250 million Southwater development.
This will include an 11-screen new IMAX cinema, a hotel, bars and restaurants, improved ice rink, bowling alley, and bingo - as well as 5,000 new homes at Lawley, Lightmoor and the Telford Millennium Community at Ketley.
The parents of murdered teenager Georgia Williams have said they are "sickened" by news that her killer Jamie Reynolds is to appeal.
Steve and Lynette Williams told the Shropshire Star they learned of the news in a letter from the Crown Prosecution Service, and will attend the appeal hearing in London.
Mr Williams, a detective constable with West Mercia Police, told the newspaper: "We thought that was the end. But now it's almost like there's a new trial coming up. It makes you feel sick. It's started all the worrying again. It makes you feel angry and it devalues Georgia's life."
Prosecutor David Crigman QC told Stafford Crown Court in December that Reynolds had carried out a "scripted, sadistic and sexually-motivated murder" and planned the killing meticulously.
A "sexual deviant" who lured a 17-year-old girl to her death has lodged an appeal against his whole-life sentence for murdering the teenager.
Jamie Reynolds was sentenced at Stafford Crown Court in December after admitting murdering Georgia Williams.
His solicitor had issued a statement in January stating the 23-year-old would not be appealing against the life term.
But today the Court of Appeal confirmed he had lodged an appeal against the sentence, reportedly on the grounds that his age and guilty plea were not given sufficient weight.
Residents in Telford who complained about a fishy smell coming from their drains have been told it was caused by dead piranhas, which had likely been flushed down the toilet.
Severn Trent Water says, when it investigated the sewers in Madeley, it also found a number of other dead fish.
It is not the first time sewers in Shropshire have been blocked by odd items - in January sewers in Ditton Priors, near Bridgnorth, were found to be blocked by piles of pants that had been flushed down the toilet.
Sue Fulford, customer operations manager for Severn Trent Water said: "The drains that take waste water away from your home are only a few inches wide and are only meant to take water, toilet roll and human waste.
"Toilet roll is meant to break down when it gets wet so it washes easily through the system."
A pub in Longdon upon Tern in Telford has been "100% damaged" following a blaze, Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service says.
Firefighters were called to The Tayleur Arms public house at 2:30 yesterday morning. At its height 50 firefighters tackled the blaze.
Around nine firefighters currently remain at the scene dampening down the fire.
The building has been described as "structurally unsafe" by fire crews.
Investigations into the cause of the blaze are ongoing.
This video shows the aftermath of the blaze:
(Video courtesy of www.360skylens.co.uk)
20 firefighters remain at the scene of a fire at a pub in Telford.
At its height around 50 firefighters tackled the blaze. The building is now being dampened down.
A heli-cam has captured the aftermath of a pub fire in Telford in Shropshire.
(Video courtesy of www.360skylens.co.uk)
Around 50 firefighters tackled the fire at The Tayleur Arms public house in Longdon upon Tern at its height.
Fire crews were called at 2:30 this morning.
An investigation is underway.