Firefighters remove car roof to rescue casualty after crash in Derbyshire village
Firefighters have removed the roof of a car to rescue a casualty after a crash in a Derbyshire village.
Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service attended the collision on Slack Hill, Kelstedge at 8.40 am today which involved two cars.
Crews from Matlock and Clay Cross attend.
A Fire & Rescue spokesman said: "Extrication was required for one casualty by means of roof removal."
Derbyshire Police and East Midlands Ambulance service attended.