Ok, thank you.
It may be stunned so I would offer a shallow bowl of water and some food (bird seeds, insects or cat food) and ensure it is safe from any cats. You may have to place it in a box or crate in your home or garage.
We'd hope in a few hours it would fly away, once it has energy.
However, if not, it may be truly injured and cannot physically fly.
So when it comes to wild birds, we have a couple of options here.
If possible, we can place it in a shoe box (with holes for ventilation, a shallow bowl of water and some food) and bring them to a local vet that is open.
Call ahead to ensure they have availability.
Most vets will treat wildlife free of charge and then either release them or send them to a wildlife sanctuary.
If this isn't possible, you can call the RSPCA who can send an officer to pick up the injured bird.
Their number is
0300 1234 999
Depending on where you are, there would also be local rescues who may be able to help.