A VEHICLE ended up on its roof after coming off the road outside Wellington this morning (Thursday).

Emergency services were called to the incident at Beam Bridge.

An ambulance crew called for the Devon Air Ambulance to attend.

A Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said the service was called shortly after 8am to reports of the incident near the Beam Bridge Hotel, on the Sampford Arundel road, 100 yards from the road bridge heading towards Wellington.

"The vehicle left the road, went down an ambankment and landed on its roof," he said.

"Three appliances attended. We found the vehicle. Non-one was trapped and firefighters didn't have to take any action."

An Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said: "It was a single vehicle non-injury collision, which was called into us at 7.57am."

PCSO Steve Hill said: "Just got back from an RTC on A38 this morning near to the Beambridge Public House.

"One very lucky person walked away with no injuries.

"Car ended up on its roof down embankment missing railway line.

"A number of Emergency Service vehicles attended."

A spokesman for the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust said: "We were called at 8.02am to reports of a road traffic collision.

"We attended with an ambulance and an operations officer – it has been reported that a patient was treated at the scene."