A car has rolled down a snow-covered embankment on the A36 near Salisbury.
Emergency services were called to the incident in Pepperbox Hill shortly after 11am today (Wednesday).
Two fire crews from Salisbury attended the scene, alongside police and the ambulance service.
A woman was rushed to Salisbury District Hospital following the collision but she isn’t believed to be seriously injured.
The best way to be safe in extremely bad weather is to avoid driving at all”, a spokesperson for Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Salisbury station said.
Adding: “However, that’s not always possible. In addition, bad weather can be unpredictable and it’s common to get caught out while on the road.”
The road was partially blocked whilst 999 crews attended the crash, but the route is now believed to be clear.
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