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An elderly driver suffering a "medical issue" lost control and crashed six times in one minute – hitting at least three cars and a number of walls.
CCTV footage shows the man pulling out at a road junction – and drive straight across into a pile of bins – before hitting a wall.
The blue Toyota Aygo then reverses back onto the road at speed, straight into a black car.
Nearby shoppers run to help and the driver of the stricken black car gets out, but narrowly misses being hit when the Toyota lurches around him.
It then ploughs head on into another car on the road, reverses and spins around, before rocketing off the road again, crashing a fifth time.
The blue Toyota Aygo (top, middle) crashed into cars, bins and walls
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Onlookers go to help – but the car zooms forward a final time, across the road and appears to hit a wall.
It is believed the elderly motorist, thought to be in his 70s, suffered a medical issue at the wheel that led to the carnage in Handsworth, Birmingham, on November 3.
A local man, 42, said: "The police said it was a 70-year-old man.
"My friend, who was in the accident, said when the guy came to a stop, his foot was still on the accelerator.
It is believed the elderly motorist suffered a medical issue at the wheel
The driver was taken to hospital to be assessed for injuries
"My friend took his foot off. He had some kind of medical issue. It's a bit of a crazy situation.
"Four cars were damaged in total, including the man's.
"And he hit three walls. He walked away from it though. It was very lucky."
A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called to reports of a road traffic collision on Headingley Road at 1.53pm on November 3rd, one ambulance attended the scene.
"On arrival we discovered a car that had collided with three stationary cars and a wall.
"We treated one patient at the scene, a man, who was the driver of the car before taking him to City Hospital for further assessment."
West Midlands Police said officers attended for traffic purposes.