Fire crews from three Banburyshire stations attended the collision on Banbury Lane in King’s Sutton early Monday (November 28) morning.
Engines from Banbury, Deddington and Chipping Norton went to the scene of the collision at 8.27am and were joined by ambulance crews.
The incident involved three cars, two of the drivers managed to release themselves from their vehicles before emergency services arrived but the third driver required medical assistance at the scene.
CCrew manager Vince Sturt said: “This was a great example of multi-agency working where the incident was made safe and the casualty’s needs quickly tended to by the emergency services working together. We regularly train together to understand each other’s role and to ensure we provide the best service possible to the public. I would like to remind the public to take extra care when driving on the roads at this time of year, especially when the winter sun is low and we often find micro climates and rapidly changing weather and road conditions”.