had to cut free a woman after a car plunged down an embankment and
came to rest in gorse bushes.
The accident happened at around
7pm on Friday when two cars collided on the A20 near Samphire Hoe
on the outskirts of Dover.
One vehicle went down a bank into
gorse bushes and came to rest against a fence.
Fire crews from Folkestone and
Dover cut out the woman and she was taken to hospital suffering
from back and neck pain.
A spokesman for Folkestone fire
station said: “It appears one car clipped the rear of the other
which sent it down the gorse bank.
“Luckily the car came to rest
against a fence and the bushes. We stabilised it and cut off the
roof the remove the woman onto a long board then passed her up the
bank to the ambulance crew.”
The rescue took about an hour and
a half. No one else was injured.