A police officer hit by a car is still in hospital in a serious but stable condition, a week after the incident.
Special Constable Resham Nahal, 52, was struck while attending the scene of a separate collision on Wolverhampton Road, Oldbury, on 8 November.
The officer, who has been a special constable for more than 15 years, suffered multiple fractures to his leg.
A 59-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving but has been released while inquiries continue.
Special Chief Officer Mike Rogers said: "This incident does clearly illustrate the risks we, and all the policing family, face in our role of protecting the public we serve.
"Our thoughts and best wishes go to him and his family who are helping support him in his recovery."