Emergency services were called to the scene of an accident on a South Cheshire road that left a vehicle overturned this morning.
Paramedics, police and firefighters were called to Dodds Lane, in Astbury, following the crash that took place around 8.15am today (January 6).
The air ambulance was also called to the scene.
The driver of the vehicle, a woman, was checked over, but did not require hospital treatment.
A Cheshire Police spokesman said: “Officers were called at 8.13am today (Wednesday 6 January) following reports of a collision involving a black MG Zs Exclusive which had overturned on Dodds Lane, Astbury.
“The driver of the vehicle, a woman, was checked over at the scene by paramedics.
“Road closures were in place on Dodds Lane at the junction of The Flash and Peel Lane but the road reopened at around 9.15am.”
A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “We have just attended an RTC in the Astbury area.
“Thankfully despite initial reports there were no serious injuries. The roads are still very icy this morning.”
An ambulance, response car and air ambulance were also sent to the scene.
A North West Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We were called at 08:15 to reports of an overturned car on Dodds Lane. An ambulance, response car and air ambulance were all mobilised to the scene.
“We however were not required to take anyone to hospital.”