Two people became trapped in their vehicle after it left the road and ended up in a hedge in Market Drayton on Saturday afternoon.
The incident happened on the A53 near the Gingerbread Man at around 5pm.
A man and woman were released from the SUV by firefighters using specialist holmatro and tirfor equipment.
Fire appliances from Hodnet, Market Drayton and Wellington attended the scene along with an operations officer.
The Midlands Air Ambulance also attended with West Midlands Ambulance Service.
West Mercia Police officers closed the road for a time.
Excellent use of #opdiscretion today @shropsfire to utilise winch from Rescue Tender off road at RTC A53 Market Drayton. A successful outcome enabling a less traumatic rescue for casualties @SFRS_Wellington @SFRS_MDrayton @FireHodnet #makingadifference pic.twitter.com/nrj1YkG50j— SFRS Neil Griffiths (@SFRS_NGriffiths) April 13, 2019
Scene at A53 Market Drayton currently being cleared. All casualties accounted for. Good multi agency work to reach a successful outcome #jesip #alloneteam @SFRS_MDrayton @SFRS_Wellington @FireHodnet @OFFICIALWMAS @MDraytonCops 🚒✅ pic.twitter.com/YCadPqXoDG— SFRS Neil Griffiths (@SFRS_NGriffiths) April 13, 2019