Coventry 'hit-and-run' crash leaves woman trapped

Purcell Road general view Purcell Road was closed after the crash

A woman became trapped between two cars when they were struck by another vehicle in a suspected hit-and-run crash.

The driver of the third car left the scene - a private driveway - before ambulances arrived, police said.

Purcell Road in Wood End, Coventry, was closed from 08:30 GMT for two hours.

The 46-year-old woman was taken to hospital with leg injuries but her condition is not thought to be life-threatening.

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