Woman taken to hospital with 'non-life threatening injuries' after car lands on roof
A woman has been taken to hospital with "non-life threatening injuries" after being cut from a car that had come to rest on its roof.
Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to the one-vehicle crash in Horderley, northwest of Craven Arms, at 10.19pm yesterday.
Fire crews attended from Craven Arms, Church Stretton and Wellington, and the firefighters found one private saloon car had come to rest on its roof.
Crews used cutting equipment to remove a door and a woman was taken by West Midlands Ambulance Service to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital with "non-life threatening injuries".
West Mercia Police was also in attendance.
A spokesperson from West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called to the junction of the A489 and B4370 at Horderley at 10.15 on Tuesday evening to reports of a single vehicle crash.
"Two ambulances and two paramedic officers were sent to the scene. On arrival one person was out of the vehicle which was upside down.
"Ambulance staff worked with firefighters to extricate the woman, who was the driver, from the car.
"She was assessed and treated at the scene before being taken to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. She was the only patient."