TWO pensioners were taken to hospital after their Nissan Micra flipped and hit a wall in Birdsedge.
The women – both in their 70s – had to be freed from the wreckage when the crash happened near Mill Bank Farm, Penistone Road, at 2.50pm on Saturday.
Traffic was diverted and police closed the road for more than two hours to allow the Yorkshire Air Ambulance to rescue the passenger.
She was taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary with suspected neck and spinal injuries, including broken bones.
Her injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
The driver suffered cuts and bruises and went to Barnsley Hospital by ambulance.
Fire crews from Holmfirth and Huddersfield attended.
Huddersfield crew manager Dean Lodge said: ““We had to take the roof off so the doctor could look at them and then pulled them both out on longboards.”
Traffic police Sergeant Richard Hay said enquiries were ongoing into the cause of the crash.
He added: “It appears she might have veered and hit a bus stop which put the car on to its roof.”