A vehicle flipped onto its roof following a two-car crash in Westhoughton.

Emergency services attended the scene on Church Street, just before 5.30pm on Friday December 8.

Firefighters  say that once car had landed on its roof.

One fire crew from Atherton Fire Station responded to the incident and made the vehicles safe.

They were also joined by Greater Manchester Police and North West Ambulance Service who stayed to assist for around half an hour.

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A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Fire Rescue Service said: “Just before 5:30pm on Friday 8 December we were called to the scene of a road traffic collision on Church Street, Westhoughton, involving two cars, one of which was on its roof.

“One fire engine from Atherton fire station was quickly mobilised to the incident, where firefighters made the vehicles safe.

“Crews worked with colleagues from Greater Manchester Police and North West Ambulance Service and were in attendance for around half an hour.”

An eyewitness said that one car had “flipped”, and they shared a clip showing officers and firefighters responding to the incident.


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