Emergency services are responding to a road traffic collision near St Helens tonight (Thursday).
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service were mobilised to reports of a Nissan Micra leaving the carriageway and coming to rest in a hedge at around 21:30.
2 appliances from Newport and Shanklin are on scene on a bend near Hill Farm, close to Oasis, alongside paramedics from the Isle of Wight Ambulance Service.
Police officers, an Operational Commander from the ambulance service and a Duty Fire Officer are also in attendance.
Firefighters are working to free the driver of the crashed Nissan Micra, which has become wedged in the hedgerow.
The main B3330 has been closed to traffic while the occupants of the vehicle are freed by fire and rescue crews.
Motorists wishing to travel between Beaper Shute and St Helens are to divert via Ryde or Yarbridge.
UPDATE @ 22:55 – A man and a woman have been left in the care of the Isle of Wight Ambulance Service.
The road is expected to re-open shortly.
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