FIREFIGHTERS cut free a man trapped in a vehicle following a road traffic collision.

Fire crews and paramedics were sent to the incident at Tintinhull at 4.21pm yesterday (Sunday, July 10).

A fire engine from Martock and two from Yeovil, along with the rescue tender, attended.

A Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "They were mobilised to a road traffic collision at Tintinhull near Yeovil where a male was trapped.

"The male suffering neck pain was being assessed by ambulance crews when fire crews arrived.

"Crews used two sets of cutting gear and a reciprocating saw along with small tools.

"The casualty was taken to hospital in the care of paramedics."