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Jason Whitehouse is white, 5ft 6ins tall, slim build, with receding hair. He was last seen wearing a grey zip up hoodie and black t-shirt.
A man from Walsall says he hasn't got any sort of life after being mowed down by a speeding driver which left him severely disabled.
Stuart Fisher, who is now 36, has been speaking to help raise awareness about safety on our roads.
It comes as West Midlands Fire Service and West Midlands Police made a new video to warn drivers about the devastating consequences crashes can have on families. James Clark reports.
You can watch the full video on Youtube here:
Campaigners from Walsall will deliver a petition to Downing Street today calling for the over-sixties to continue to be allowed free bus travel.
There has been pressure from within the coalition to scrap free bus passes, which is thought to cost a billion pounds a year.
A man was trapped under the wheels of his car for almost an hour after being thrown from the vehicle this afternoon.
Paramedics found the driver, believed to be in his 80s, stuck between the car’s front wheel and the kerb.
The crash happened at Barr Beacon car park near Walsall, shortly before 3pm.
The man suffered serious head, arm and back injuries and was airlifted to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for further treatment.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a hospital patient who has gone missing.
On August 21, 43-year-old Jason Whitehouse walked out of Walsall Manor Hospital where he was receiving treatment.
He is described as 5ft 6ins tall of slim build and with receding hair.
Police searching for missing Walsall woman Leslie Squire say she has returned home safe and well.
The 58-year-old from Chuckery was last seen on 18 August and returned home following a police appeal.
A body found in a field in Burntwood is that of a missing woman.
Amanda Hawkins was discovered on farmland off Meerash Lane last month.
The 44-year-old from Walsall went missing in May and a search was launched to find her.
The coroner said her death is not being treated as suspicious.
A man has been charged with stealing an ambulance in Walsall.
Simon Lewis, who is unemployed, was arrested after reports that he had attacked two paramedics who had been called out to a flat in Bloxwich High Street in May.
He is alleged to have driven off in the ambulance before being stopped by a rapid response police car outside Green Lane Baptist Church.
The 37-year-old has been charged with aggravated vehicle taking, dangerous driving, common assault, assault by beating and using a motor vehicle without insurance.
He is due before Walsall and Aldridge Magistrates Court next month.
Two family-sized homes are to be built in a single day in Beechdale, near Walsall, which is a first for UK construction.
Housing association, the Accord Group, are using modern building methods to erect the houses at a new £5million development in the town, which will eventually included 40 houses.
The newly appointed Minister of State of Planning and Housing, Brandon Lewis MP, will be at the former Beechdale Primary School site to see the houses being put up, and take a tour of the factory where they are manufactured.
The new method involves making complete wall panels for a house, including insulation, external cladding and fitted with windows and doors.
By the end of the day today, the houses will be completely water tight.
The demand for housing across the country remains high, but we are confident that offsite manufacturing offers the solution to increase the building more homes, efficiently and to a high-quality with less waste. We're delighted to demonstrate that two family homes can be built in a day using this technique and that a site that has stood derelict for seven years can be regenerated for the benefit of local people. Once complete, residents will be supported to manage the development themselves, demonstrating the important role that housing associations also play not just in creating sustainable communities but also in enabling them to thrive.
Concerns are growing for a teenager missing from his home in Walsall for more than a week.
19-year-old Kurt Woolley left his home in Chuckery on 30 July, and has not been seen since.
He had told his family that he was moving south west to start a new job. Police enquiries suggest he had not actually secured employment.
He is described as white, 6ft tall, of slim build, with dark brown hair, a beard and a local West Midlands accent.
He wears an earring and a silver band on his wrist. He was last seen wearing blue skinny jeans, brown boots, and red and blue checked shirt, and carrying a brown and green backpack.
Kurt had recently been on holiday to Somerset and told his family he’d managed to get a job while he was down there but it seems that may not be the case after all and now they don’t know where he is.
Kurt’s family are very concerned for his welfare. They just want to know he is safe. There is nothing to say whether he did actually travel to the south west, as suggested, or whether this was fabrication and he is still in the local area.