A man was seriously injured when the car he was travelling in ended up on its roof in Birmingham.
The crash happened at Great Francis Street near Heartlands Academy, in Nechells, shortly after 3pm on Wednesday.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “Crews arrived to find a car upside down and a man inside who was in cardiac arrest.
“Due to the nature of the man’s condition, the responder paramedics who were first on scene quickly climbed inside the overturned car to release the man’s seatbelt before dragging him out of the vehicle to commence resuscitation attempts.
“Crews worked as a team to continue advanced life support on the man, believed to be in his 60s and, after several minutes managed to successfully restart his heart.
The man was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham while crews and the doctor continued vital emergency treatment on route to hospital.
The injured man who was said to be in a stable but serious condition.