Fire crews had to cut two people from the wreckage of a vehicle after a crash in Sutton Coldfield on Thursday night.
Three people in total were injured in the accident, which happened at 6.30pm at the junction of Monmouth Drive and Digby Road.
Firefighters needed to use cutting equipment to set a man and a woman free, after the crash, from the car they were travelling in. The pair were then taken to Good Hope Hospital.
Another man in the second vehicle was able to get out of his car himself and was treated at the scene by West Midlands Ambulance Service.
“A man and a woman were trapped by their injuries and at the request of the ambulance service the roof was removed from their vehicle. Another man got himself out,” a spokesperson for West Midlands Fire Service said.
A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service added: “We were called at 6.30pm to reports of a two-car, road traffic collision.
“Two ambulances attended the scene and one female, believed to be in her early 20s, and a man, were taken to Good Hope Hospital.”
Source: Sutton Coldfield Observer