Police were called after a car flipped onto its roof on the B2110 at Turners Hill, Crawley, before Handcross this afternoon (December 27).
Police said the car was ‘heavily damaged’ and that the driver was ‘lucky’ following the incident.
Crawley Police said they were assisted by off-duty staff from West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service and South East Coast Ambulance Service.
A spokesperson for Sussex Police said: “We were called to one vehicle road traffic collision before Handcross at 3.20pm.
“No serious injuries were reported and the driver was out of the car.
“Ambulance staff were not required to treat the driver.”
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