This is the smashed remains of a car after a motorist crashed through a fence on a moorland road and plunged 650ft down a remote ravine.
A huge rescue operation had to be launched after the Red Fiesta ended up stranded when it careered off New Hey Road at Scammonden.
Emergency crews, which included firefighters from Slaithwaite, Rastrick and Cleckheaton, along with Cleckheaton’s technical rescue unit, Greater Manchester Police, Mountain Rescue, the HART team and the Air Ambulance, were all involved in the rescue operation.
One woman motorist suffered injuries in the crash and was treated for her injuries by the emergency crews.
Dramatic images show how far the car travelled down the moor after leaving the road as well as the tough task facing the emergency crews to reach the stricken motorist.
The incident happened just after 2pm on Wednesday.
A West Yorkshire Fire Service spokesman said: “Slaithwaite, Rastrick and Cleckheaton fire engines attended at a road traffic collision in Scammonden, Huddersfield.
“Cleckheaton’s technical rescue unit was also on the scene following a call to West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service Control Room at 14.34 to New Hey Road.
“One vehicle has left the road and one female casualty was treated for her injuries.
“As the incident was just on the border, Greater Manchester Police were in attendance in addition to Mountain Rescue, the HART team and the Air Ambulance.”
A spokesman for Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Team said: “The Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Team was called out at 14.30 to assist a motorist who had left the road on the A640 near Buckstones Car Park.
“The vehicle had come to rest approximately 200 metres (650ft) down the hillside. The response was multi-agency, with Police, Fire, Ambulance and the HART team all in attendance. The casualty was extracted from the vehicle and then evacuated to the road using our Bell Stretcher.”