Diver escapes unhurt after a car comes to rest on its side on a Shropshire road
A man was unhurt when a car left the road and came to rest on its side on a Shropshire road.
Emergency service crews were called to the B4363 Kinlet Bank, Cleobury Mortimer, shortly before 6.20pm on Wednesday.
West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman Murry MacGregor said: "The caller said that the patient had been helped from the vehicle and was clearly shaken. The male was uninjured."
The incident was among a number of incidents on the county's roads.
Crews were also called to the A442 Queensway near Oakengates, in Telford, to reports of a two-car smash at about 8.30pm. No-one was hurt.
The carriageway was blocked for a short time.
While Shropshire fire & Rescue was also called to Whittington Close, in Shrewsbury, at about midnight after a collision involving a car. A crew from the town disconnected the vehicle's battery. The ambulance service was not required.
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