Six people including two kids injured after car crashes into pedestrians by primary school

Emergency services rushed to the scene near Springhill Academy, in Burntwood, Staffs., about 8.35am.

The area would have been busy with parents taking youngsters to school at the time.

Four people were treated for injuries after three ambulances attended the scene, but it is not yet known whether any children were involved.

A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called to Springhill Road, Burntwood, at around 8.36am today. "One ambulance is at the scene with two paramedic officers. We have requested two more ambulances.

"There are four patients with reported injuries but we can't say at this stage how bad the injuries are."

Staffordshire Police said they had been called, saying: "A vehicle has collided with two adults and two children, who have all suffered minor injuries and received treatment at the scene.

"The driver is also receiving medical attention and no arrests have been made."

Springhill Academy has been contacted for comment.

Buses have been diverted around the scene.


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