Emergency services called to overturned car near Newton Poppleford

PUBLISHED: 11:18 27 December 2013 | UPDATED: 11:20 27 December 2013

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Emergency services were called in to action this morning (Friday 27) after they received a report of an overturned car outside of Newton Poppleford.

Police, paramedics and two fire crews from Sidmouth attended the incident at 9.45am on Four Elms Hill.

A police spokesman said it appeared that the Daihatsu Sirion had overturned after hitting a bank at the side of the A3052.

He added that paramedics had treated the two elderly occupants for minor injuries at the scene.

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