A car was found upside down after a crash that occurred in Oldham on Tuesday evening.

Emergency services attended an incident on Waterloo Street where a car had flipped over and was balancing on its roof.

A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) said: “Just before 8pm on Tuesday 30 November, one fire engine from Chadderton fire station attended a road traffic collision involving one vehicle on Waterloo Street in Oldham.

“One man was assessed at the scene by a GMFRS trauma technician and conveyed into the care of colleagues from North West Ambulance Service. The crew was in attendance for around half an hour.”

North West Ambulance Service confirmed their attendance at the crash, saying they were called at around 7.45PM. Two people were assessed by ambulance services at the scene, with one taken to hospital.

No further details are available on the person's condition.

The car is understood to have crashed at the roundabout on Waterloo Street but it is unknown what caused the car to flip over.