Emergency services responded to a serious crash in rural North Yorkshire late last night (Tuesday).
Fire crews from Kirkbymoorside and Easingwold attended a single vehicle road traffic collision on High Street, Ampleforth at 10.45pm.
The car had left the road, collided with a tree, rolled and came to rest on its roof.
High Street, Ampleforth
The driver was trapped by his legs.
A North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Crews stabilised the vehicle and extricated the male into hands of paramedics.
“He was transported to hospital suffering multiple leg injuries.
“Crews used chocks and blocks to stabilise the vehicle and then used hydraulic cutters, spreaders, reciprocating saw and rams to access vehicle and release male.”