By Connie Osborne 07/08 Updated: 09/08 09:11
A MAN is in a stable condition after his car overturned in Alvechurch.
The man, in 40s and from the Solihull area, remains at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with serious head, pelvic and hand injuries following the incident at The Spinney on Lilley Green Road at 12.20pm on Tuesday (August 7).
The black Vauxhall Vectra, which lost control and left the road, overturned after bringing down a telegraph pole.
Two fire crews from Redditch and Bromsgrove attended the scene to help release the man from his vehicle. Specialist stabilising equipment was used to secure the car and firefighters worked alongside ambulance crews for 45 minutes before he was taken by air ambulance to the Birmingham hospital.
Inspector Julian Smith of West Mercia Police said: "We are investigating the circumstances and would like to speak to anyone who saw what happened or the Vectra being driven on that road before the collision."
Witnesses or anyone with any information should contact officers in the Force Operational Support Team based at Rubery Police Station on 101.
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