A woman was injured and a Doncaster road blocked after a crash thought to involve a car and a lorry.
Police cordoned off the scene of the collision, which happened near the junction of Grange Road and Central Drive in Rossington.
Firefighters and paramedics were also called to the scene, and a fire service spokesman confirmed they were called to free a woman from the car.
One eyewitness said they believed the collision appeared to involve a lorry and a Vauxhall car.
They said: “It has happened at one of the busiest junctions in Rossington. It used to be manned by a school crossing patrol.
“There are both fire engines and police cars across the road, and it looks as if it may have been a head on collision. The fire brigade have had their cutting equipment out.”
A fire service spokesman confirmed they had sent two fire crews from Doncaster Fire Station to Central Drive after receiving a call at 1.55pm, and had reports of a woman trapped in a car who they were trying to free. An ambulance had also been called to the scene.
A woman later posted on social media that she had been injured in the crash but not seriously.