A DRIVER caused emergency services to cut her out of her car this morning after smashing through a fence into a wall in Newbury.

Emergency services were called to the scene on Howard Road, Newbury, at around 2am on Friday, May 1, where a driver had crashed through a fence and into a wall.

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Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue had to cut her out of the car so ambulance services could treat her.

A spokesman for Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "At 1.52am on Friday, May 1, we were called by South Central Ambulance Service to a road traffic collision on Howard Road, Newbury.

"Two Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service crews from Newbury were sent to the scene, alongside one crew from Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.

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"Firefighters assisted in releasing one woman from a car before placing her into the care of SCAS. Crews were on the scene for about 55 minutes."

The driver's current condition has not currently been confirmed.