A vehicle flipped onto its side after a crash on the coast road.

It happened near to the Larkfield Holiday Park at Burton Bradstock and involved two vehicles, with one being left on its side in the collision. 

Dorset Police and Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue (DWFRS) responded to the incident which happened on Saturday, April 13. 

At the time of the crash, the fire service said the road was 'impassable' whilst the emergency services dealt with the crash.

Thankfully no one was trapped in the vehicles and firefighters gave the occupants first aid on the scene. It is not yet known how serious the injuries being treated were.

A spokesperson for DWFRS said: "We received a call at 6.40 pm, just one appliance from Bridport attended a two vehicle road traffic collision, with one vehicle on its side.

"There were no people trapped in the vehicles and our crews gave first aid and the vehicles made safe.

"Two units from Dorset Police also attended."

A spokesperson for Dorset Police said: "We received a report at 6.42pm on Saturday, April 13 of a two-vehicle collision on the B3157 at Burton Bradstock.

"Officers attended, along with the fire service due to reports of fuel leaking on the road.

"There were no reports of any injuries.

"The road was cleared and officers left the scene at around 8.30pm."