A woman was left with potentially serious injuries after a crash involving two cars and a pedestrian.

The elderly woman, who was the pedestrian, has been taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for treatment.

Three people in total were hurt after the car crash which left two 'medically trapped' and closed Oakland Avenue.

A man who was driving one of the cars was taken to Worcestershire Royal Hospital but is not believed to be in a serious condition.

Police confirmed that the man in the red Vaxhuall corsa is 84 years old and the man in the grey Vaxhaull Grandland XSE is 64. 

Two fire engines, ambulances and police were all called to the road, near to Witton Post Office,which was closed for about an hour.

Firefighters had to free two people from cars before they could be seen by paramedics.

A spokesperson from West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called to reports of a road traffic collision involving two cars and a pedestrian on Oakland Avenue at 12.23pm.

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"We sent two ambulances, a paramedic officer and a Community First Responder to the scene.

"On arrival we discovered three patients, one of whom, a woman who was the pedestrian, was treated for potentially serious injuries at the scene before being taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.

"A man, who was the driver of one of the cars was treated for injuries not believed to be serious before being taken to Worcestershire Royal Hospital whilst the third patient was assessed and discharged at the scene."

A spokesperson from Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Services said: "Two Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crews - one from Droitwich and one from Worcester – were called at 12:29 on 29 June to an RTC involving two cars and a pedestrian.

"Two casualties were medically trapped. The driver of one car was assessed at the scene and discharged by paramedics.

"The driver of the second car and the pedestrian were handed over to the care of the ambulance service. Police were also in attendance."

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An eyewitness said: "I live just around the corner. I just came out to post a parcel and grab something for my parents.

"I was stood right outside of the shop when it happened so I saw it all."

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Talking about the moment when she was hit by the car, the witness said: "She went flying through the air and when I saw it, it was in slow motion."

A spokesperson from West Mercia Police said: "Around 12.30pm today officers received a report of a collision between a car, a pedestrian and a parked car on Oakland Avenue, Droitwich.

"Oakland Avenue and York Avenue have been closed while officers, West Midlands Ambulance and Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue attend."