A 50-YEAR-old man remains in a critical condition in hospital after a car crashed into a wall in Sedgley.

Medics were called to Sandyfields Road just before 4.30pm on Saturday August 10, to find a man trapped in his car after it had collided with a garden wall.

An air ambulance from Cosford attended the scene, along with a Midlands Air Ambulance critical care car, one ambulance and a paramedic officer.

Ten firefighters from Dudley and Bilston fire stations were also at the scene where they worked with medics to free the man and a dog from the car.

A spokesman from West Midlands Ambulance Service confirmed the man was treated at the scene before being taken by land ambulance to the major trauma centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

A spokesperson from West Midlands Police said in a statement: "Police received a 999 call at 4.23pm on Saturday reporting a serious, single-vehicle collision in Sandyfields Road, Sedgley, in which a car crashed into a wall.

"The driver, understood to be a 50-year-old man, suffered serious injuries including multiple fractures. He remains in hospital in a critical condition. Other cars parked nearby were also damaged from flying debris from the wall on impact."