A woman driver was rescued by other motorists when her car overturned and hit a wall in Ramsgate during the early hours of this morning (July 21)
Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to the crash near the junction of the A256 and Manston Road at around 1.30am.
Isle musician Emma Morgan-Knight stopped to help after seeing the crash. She sat with the woman and supported her spine until emergency crews arrived.
Emma said: “She was someone in need, I’d hope that if I was ever in that situation that someone would help me.
“When we got her out the car, I held and supported her neck and spine and stopped the bleeding as much as I could, and tried to keep her calm and stable, so no further damage could happen.
“Anyone would have done the same, I’m just fortunate that I was able to help her. A passer-by called Gareth was amazing and got her out of the car, he was a star.
“He basically prised the roof off the car. He’s a hero.”
It’s believed Gareth is a member of staff at Cramptons in Broadstairs.
Firefighters made the scene safe and assisted other emergency services at the incident.
The woman suffered a broken collar bone and a head wound but is now recovering.