A five-year-old girl was today recovering in hospital after being hit by a car in Sutton Coldfield.
The youngster was in Little Sutton Road in Four Oaks when she was hit by a black Renault Clio.
Police have now launched an appeal for information about the accident.
The child was taken to hospital by ambulance, where police say she continues to be treated for "serious but not life-threatening" injuries.
A 20-year-old woman was spoken to by police.
Sgt Paul Hughes said officers were particularly keen to speak to another driver who stopped at the scene of the accident, which happened at around 6.20pm on November 1, and who may have seen what happened.
Nine people were injured when a firework exploded in a crowd at an event in Worcester.
Two children were examined by paramedics along with two adults who suffered minor chest and leg injuries when the firework malfunctioned at the event in Childswickham Road, Broadway, yesterday evening.
Five other people were injured but left before emergency crews arrived.
A woman was badly injured after the car she was travelling in smashed into the central reservation of the M5 motorway.
The woman, believed to be in her 30s, was the passenger in the car when it hit the barrier on the northbound carriageway, between junctions three at Halesowen and two for Oldbury, at around 9.45pm yesterday.
Paramedics arrived to find the car in the middle of the carriageway. The woman and the male driver of the car were on the hard shoulder.
They treated the woman at the scene for a serious leg injury before rushing her to the major trauma centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for specialist treatment.
The man was assessed at the scene but had no serious injuries, and was discharged.