THREE people were rushed to hospital, one with life-threatening injuries, after a crash at the Waterfront in Brierley Hill.

Medics were called to Waterfront Way Bridge following reports a car had collided with street furniture.

It happened at around 8.40pm last night (March 16).

A woman was found to have suffered potentially life-threatening injuries and was rushed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham after receiving life-support from paramedics at the scene.

A man was found to have sustained serious injuries and was treated at the scene, along with another woman who was found to have injuries not believed to be life-threatening.

They were both taken to Russells Hall Hospital.

Three ambulances, a paramedic officer and the Midlands Air Ambulance Critical Care Car attended the scene.

A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: “Upon arrival crews found three patients.

“The first, a woman. She had sustained potentially life threatening injuries. She received advanced life support from ambulance staff at the scene.

“She was conveyed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for further treatment.

“The second, a man. He had sustained serious injuries. He received treatment at the scene.

“The third, a woman. She was assessed and had sustained injuries not believed to be life threatening. She received treatment on scene.

“They were conveyed to Russells Hall Hospital for further assessment.”