A mum-of-three had a miraculous escape after she walked away from this terrifying Land Rover crash – with just a few SCRATCHES.
Emily Mainwaring, 36, lost control after she swerved to avoid a caravan which had veered into the wrong side of the road.
Her 4×4 flipped, rolled, and landed upside-down in a hedge by the roadside leaving onlookers terrified she would be badly hurt – or worse.
But miraculously she climbed out of the wreckage and walked away from the crash in Cubert, Cornwall, with just a few scratches on her legs.
Her husband Peter, 38, thanked the strangers who stopped and stayed with his shaken wife – and said the family felt very lucky.
The fun park manager said: “She tried to avoid a caravan in the centre of the road and lost the back end of my old Landy.
“The caravan strayed into her side of the road, she tried desperately to avoid it and came off worst.
“Thank god it’s built like an old tank and kept her safe as she rolled over!
“The caravan didn’t stop and police said there could be a chance they didn’t realise.
“They also couldn’t believe that Em managed to find a way out of the truck herself.
“The ambulance man said he has been to the same place on the road several times in the last few months.
“I’d like to thank the two ladies who stopped to help my wife.
“They helped her get out of her truck and helped her get out of the field.
“They waited until the police and ambulance arrived too.
“Can’t thank you both enough, whoever you are.
“Another lady in a white TT stopped to help too. Thank you.
“She’s really grateful for the help at the scene.
“She’s a very lucky lady. We are doing the lottery tonight.”
The accident happened a notorious stretch of road near Cubert Crossroads on Saturday morning.
Cosmetic counter manager Emily, who has three sons, Elliott, 11, Samuel, eight, and Noah, five, is now recovering at home.