A DRIVER was taken to hospital with minor injuries after his car rolled over and crashed in a residential street.

The crash happened yesterday at about 1.30pm in Ralphs Ride, Harmans Water.

Emergency services including fire, police and ambulance crews were on the scene to help the driver.

Fire crews said two cars were involved.

Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service said they rescued a man trapped in the car. 

A spokesman said: "At 1.46pm on Tuesday, 14 July, we received reports of a road traffic collision involving two cars on Ralphs Ride, Bracknell.

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"Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service crews from Ascot, Wokingham and one additional Officer were sent to the scene, together with a crew from Surrey Fire and Rescue Service.

"One man was trapped, so crews worked to release him safely. They were on the scene for about 30 minutes."

South Central Ambulance Service has said the driver has sustained minor injuries and 'was taken to Royal Berkshire Hospital for further assessment as a precaution'.

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A spokesman said: "From our incident log it looks like it was just the one vehicle involved, which had rolled over."

Eyewitnesses describe seeing the car flipped onto its side in the middle of the road.