A man was rescued early today, Wednesday, after a crash between a car and five parked cars in Ainsworth.  

Firefighters were called to Church Street at around 4.30am following the collision.  

Paramedics also attended and are reported to have rescued a man from a car and treated him there.  

Fire crews used specialist equipment, including a Hearth Kit and cutting equipment to make the vehicle safe.

Pictures of cars taken following the crash show an extensive amount of damage has been caused to them.  

A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service said: “At around 4.30am this morning, Wednesday, March 22, a fire engine from Bury central fire station was called to reports of a road traffic collision involving a car hitting five parked vehicles on Church Street, Ainsworth.” 

 “The crews arrived quickly at the scene.  

“Firefighters used a Hearth Kit and cutting equipment to make the vehicles safe.  

“Colleagues from North West Ambulance Service rescued one man from a vehicle and treated them at the scene. 

 “Firefighters were in attendance for around 30 minutes.” 

North West Ambulance Service and Greater Manchester Police have been contacted for comments.