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The incident, which garnered 4,126 page views on our website, saw the area swamped with emergency services workers from West Midlands Police, ambulance and fire services but the female driver was not reported to have suffered any serious injuries.

May - Drama in Wollaston after two car crash Readers flocked to the News website to read about a two-car crash in Wollaston which saw police and paramedics despatched to the car park off Bridgnorth Road and Meriden Avenue.

It is thought he was wearing a blue Superdry T-shirt.

The couple also started a fundraising campaign to thank medics who saved their little girl and started a Facebook page to keep friends and family in the loop about the youngster’s progress – which proved so popular with people across the borough and the globe that it has gone on to attract more than 20,000 likes.

To read the latest on Daisy-Mae’s progress check out - Stourbridge ring road closed after car crashes into property shop Stourbridge office workers flocked to see firefighters in action as they rescued a woman trapped in a car which had careered into The Property Shop on the town’s ring road during the lunchtime rush.

March - Stourbridge fundraisers get behind Daisy-Mae The story of Daisy-Mae – dubbed “the girl who couldn’t wait” – has captivated readers throughout the year but our first article about the tiny tot’s fight for life proved one of our most popular of the year, notching up 5,054 page views.

Daisy-Mae Little from Pensnett was born prematurely at Russells Hall Hospital on December 1 2013, weighing just 1lb 13oz – leaving her parents Jennifer and Wayne Little keeping a virtual bedside vigil for weeks.

February - CCTV appeal after assault in Brierley Hill A police appeal in February which followed an assault on a teenager outside a Brierley Hill nightclub became our third most read story of the year – notching up 22,843 page views.