Driver rescued from Duns Tew accident

Fire crews from Deddington and Banbury were called to a road traffic collision where one vehicle had left the road and rolled several times.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 30th March 2018, 11:34 am
Updated Friday, 30th March 2018, 11:40 am
Yesterday's incident was the second house fire tackled in Milton Keynes this week
Yesterday's incident was the second house fire tackled in Milton Keynes this week

The car left the A4270 Oxford Road on March 28 with fire crews attending the crash site at 5pm, who liaised with the South Central Ambulance Service to rescue a single female casualty from the car.

The casualty was released from the car using hydraulic rescue equipment to remove the roof, before being taken to hospital.

Station Manager Clarke said, “There have been a number of serious collisions across the County over the last week or so and whilst the cause of this incident is not known at this time I would urge drivers to drive according to the road conditions.”

A car left the road in a single vehicle accident on the A4270 near Duns Tew. Fire crews had to cut the female driiver from the wreckage NNL-180330-111839001

Thames Valley Police is investigating the accident.

A car left the road in a single vehicle accident on the A4270 near Duns Tew. Fire crews had to cut the female driiver from the wreckage NNL-180330-111839001