A 15-year-old girl and a woman are fighting for their lives after a car ploughed into a bus shelter.
Police say four people were injured in the crash in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, this morning.
The schoolgirl was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries, while the 47-year-old woman’s condition is critical but stable.
The 51-year-old man driving the BMW was also hurt in the crash, while another girl, 17, is in hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
Photos of the crash show the bus shelter fully knocked over with glass strewn over the road.
Witnesses said it was like ‘something out of a film’, the Huddersfield Examiner reports.
Lisa Boyd at the nearby Aden Court care home said she rushed out to help the emergency services.
She said: ‘We heard a loud bang and just thought it was the bin men, then we heard the police and ambulance sirens.
‘We looked out and it was horrendous. I’ve never seen anything like it.’
West Yorkshire Police said: ‘Emergency services are on scene responding to an incident on Broad Lane which took place at about 8.30am this morning after a car was in collision with pedestrians at a bus stop.
‘It is believed two female pedestrians were seriously injured in the incident as was the male driver of the car.
‘All parties have been taken to hospitals, one by air ambulance.’