Four people were involved in a crash south of Selby last night (Monday).
Emergency services were called to the incident in the village of Birkin at 8.36pm.
Fire crews from Selby and Pontefract went to the collision.
When they arrived they found two men, the driver and front passenger, out of the vehicle. One had leg pain, and one was with police.
Two women were injured and trapped in the back of the vehicle.
A North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Fire and rescue crews stabilised the vehicle and once paramedics arrived, worked alongside to rescue females from inside, via roof removal.
“The casualties were taken to hospital via road ambulances. The incident was left with police.”
No other vehicle was involved.