Crash in Bristol leaves vehicle on its side

A woman has been rescued following a two-car crash which left a vehicle on its side in Bristol. Police, fire and ambulance crews attended the scene, with firefighters using stabilisation blocks to steady the car. A woman was then rescued from the car before being handed over to the ambulance service.

The incident happened in Glenfrome Road, in Eastville. Avon Fire and Rescue said: “Crews from Southmead and Temple fire stations were mobilised to reports of a road traffic collision involving two cars. “On arrival, firefighters found one of the cars on its side.

“Firefighters used stab-fast and stabilisation blocks to stabilise the vehicle and rescue one female casualty before handing over to ambulance crews. “Police were also in attendance.” It was confirmed on Twitter the woman did not sustain any injuries.

Temple Fire Station, who can be found on Twitter at @AFRSTemple, posted: “Blue watch back on duty today. Busy day so far. “Just attended an RTC, car on its side.

One lady rescued with no injuries.

Thanks to @afrssouthmead (Southmead Fire Station) and @swasFT (South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust).”

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