Air Ambulance called to A375 in Honiton after car overturns
A woman has been flown to hospital in Exeter after the car she was driving overturned and collided with another car heading in the opposite direction.
Police, the fire brigade and paramedics were called to the A375 Sidmouth Road in Honiton at 9:12am today after reports a car had overturned on Putts Corner near the Hare & Hounds Inn.
Police found a silver Citroen Xara Picasso and a silver Vauxhall Corsa had collided leaving the female driver of the Citroen trapped.
Two fire crews from Honiton arrived on the scene and cut the roof off the Citroen with hydraulic rescue equipment to and removed the female.
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A second casualty was released by paramedics.
The female driver was flown to the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital by Devon Air Ambulance and the second by land ambulance.
A police spokesman said: "The driver of the Citroen lost control of the car which led to it overturning, sliding across the road and colliding with the Corsa.
"She has potential leg and internal injuries which are not thought to be life threatening."
Emergency crews are still at the scene and the road is closed in both directions between the Old Elm Road junction and the Seaton Road junction.