Four people, including two children, have been taken to hospital following a collision in Staffordshire.
Emergency services were called to Springhill Road, Burntwood just after 8.30am this morning (14 February), to reports a car had collided with pedestrians.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “On arrival, crews discovered multiple patients at the scene.
“Ambulance staff were told by bystanders that the driver of the car, a woman, had suffered a medical episode prior to the collision. Following treatment at the scene she was taken to Walsall Manor Hospital for further assessment.
“A girl, who was a passenger in the car, had been taken into a nearby school. Crews assessed her there but thankfully she had not been injured in the incident and was discharged at the scene.
“There were four pedestrians injured in the incident. A woman, a boy and a girl were all treated for injuries not believed to be serious and were transported to Walsall Manor Hospital as a precaution. A second woman was discharged at the scene having suffered minor injuries.”