A jogger was rushed to a major trauma centre with ‘potentially serious injuries’ after being hit by a car in Sutton Coldfield.
The incident took place in Four Oaks Road on Thursday (September 16) shortly before 8am.
An eyewitness who lives in the road said: “A jogger was hit by a vehicle outside my home on Four Oaks Road last Thursday.
“A number of people stopped to help and stayed with him until the ambulance came. I fetched a duvet from my house to keep him warm.
“But I had my kids in the car ready to go to school and they were a bit traumatised and l and had to leave. Since then It’s been playing on my mind wondering if he is OK.”
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West Midlands Ambulance Service confirmed it was called to the scene and a spokeswoman for the service said: ““We were called at 7.50am on Thursday (September 16) to reports of a car and a pedestrian that had collided on Four Oaks Road, Sutton Coldfield.
“One ambulance attended the scene. On arrival, we discovered one patient, a man, the pedestrian, he had sustained potentially serious injuries and was conveyed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital on blue lights and sirens.”
West Midlands Police has been approached for a statement.
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