A taxi driver was suspended in the air for almost 50 minutes last month following a collision with a car.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to St Lukes Road in Coventry just after 10.30am.
Northamptonshire Air Ambulance crew, in a rapid response vehicle, were also sent to the scene.
Crews arrived to find a taxi wedged up in the air – on top of a car and against a wall following the smash.
Both vehicles had suffered significant damage.
The taxi driver, a man believed to be in his 40s, was trapped inside his vehicle and believed to have been knocked unconscious in the incident.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman told the Coventry Observer: “The taxi driver was cut free before being assessed and treated for a suspected head injury as well as right arm and right leg fractures.
“In order to stabilise the man’s condition he was anaesthetised at the scene by a doctor before being transported by land ambulance to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire with a police escort.
“The driver of the car, a man believed to be 17 years old, was out of his vehicle on arrival of ambulance staff and had escaped with very minor injuries.”