Firefighters rescued two women from an out-of-control car that had crashed into a ‘deep ditch’ near Kidlington.
The car veered off the road near the village of Hampton Poyle and was resting in a ‘precarious’ position when the emergency services turned up.
Fire crews from Kidlington and Rewley Road used specialist equipment to stop the car from rolling further while paramedics treated the women from the back of the car.
One woman had injuries to her shoulder while the other was rescued unscathed following the crash which happened shortly before 3pm on August 2.
The incident commander, station manager Will McPhail, said: “The location of the vehicle meant accessing the occupants was very tricky.
“Fortunately it appears that the occupants were wearing their seatbelts, otherwise their injuries could have been far more severe.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to remind people of the dangers posed by wet roads.
“Roads, especially in more rural locations, can become slippery when wet making driving conditions more hazardous.”