Four people were injured after a three-vehicle smash which caused one car to overturn and catch fire on the A50 in Uttoxeter.
The incident happened after a car collided with the central reservation and became involved in an accident with a car which overturned and a lorry.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the scene at around 8.30pm last night (March 9).
A WMAS spokesman said: “One of the cars had come to rest on its roof as a result of the collision and had also caught fire.”
Three ambulances, one paramedic in a rapid response vehicle, a paramedic officer and a BASICS doctor attended.
A man was treated for a head injury and a woman was treated for chest pains.
From the car that collided with the central reservation, a young boy was treated for abdominal injuries.
From the same car a woman was treated for minor injuries.
The spokesman added: “The lorry driver was assessed at the scene by ambulance staff but was not injured in the collision.”
All four injured in the collision were taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital for further treatment.