A 17 year old woman was cut free from the car she was travelling in after it was involved in a crash in Lisnaskea on Friday evening, the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) has said. 
The two vehicle road traffic collision on the Lisnagole Road shortly before 4pm was attended by firefighters from Lisnaskea and Enniskillen who used cutting equipment to rescue the woman.
Another woman in the same vehicle was out before the arrival of firefighters and a man who was travelling in the second vehicle was also out ahead of firefighters, said a NIFRS spokeswoman.
Meanwhile firefighters from Irvinestown Fire Station were called to a single car road traffic collision on the Killadeas Road outside Irvinestown on Wednesday afternoon (January 24). 
“The driver and sole occupant of the car, a woman in her thirties, was released from the vehicle prior to the arrival of Firefighters. Firefighters made the vehicle safe by disconnecting the battery,” said a NIFRS spokeswoman. The incident occurred just before 3pm.
Then hours later, shortly before 8pm, a second road traffic collision involving a car and lorry occurred on the Killadeas Road in Lisnarick.
“The male driver of the car was taken to hospital for treatment for non life threatening injuries,” said a spokesman for the Police Service of Northern Ireland.