It’s been a busy two days for firefighters who were mobilised to two crashes and a tractor fire across yesterday and today.
Crews from Castletown and Malew were called to Malew Road at 5.10pm on Friday to a single vehicle crash where the car had ended up on its side.
The occupant of the vehicle had been assisted out of the car before teams arrived and was then given precautionary checks by the ambulance service.
Meanwhile, at 5.15pm the same day (June 5) personnel from Port Erin responded to a tractor fire on Fleshwick Road in Surby.
Officials say the flames confined to the engine compartment of the tractor were put out with a high pressure hose reel.
And this morning at 10.20am (June 6) teams at Castletown and Malew were called out once again after a single-vehicle RTC occurred opposite Ronaldsway Airport where a car had rolled onto its side.
The one person inside had managed to get themselves free before emergency services arrived - fire crews them assisted Police to check the vehicle was safe.