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Kent Fire and Rescue cut a young woman from car in Kingsnorth, Ashford when it flipped on its roof in a field after she crashed

29 July 2014
by Vicky Castle

A young woman had to be cut free from her car after it veered off the road and flipped onto its roof in a nearby field. 

Fire crews pulled the driver to safety just after 8pm last night at the scene on Ashford Road in Kingsnorth.

The woman was taken to hospital in an ambulance but is not believed to have any serious injuries.

Firefighters pulled woman free from car trapped on roof

Firefighters pulled woman free from car trapped on roof

A spokesman for Kent Fire and Rescue service said: "Two pumps attended the incident on the Ashford Road at 8.10pm last night. 

"Fire crews used hydraulic cutting equipment to free the woman because the car was on its roof but she was not trapped in the car with any serious injuries.

"She was taken to hospital for precautionary checks."

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