Two women and two teenage girls were taken to hospital for check-ups after a rush-hour collision in Sheffield.
A Vauxhall Astra and a Mitsubishi Lancer were involved in a smash at the junction of Queens Road and Myrtle Road, Lowfield, at 8.15am on Tuesday.
When emergency services arrived they had to help free the Vauxhall driver from her vehicle.
The two teenage girls she was driving managed to get themselves out of the car, as did the Lancer driver.
All were taken to hospital as a precaution while police dealt with the aftermath of the smash and arranged for the damaged cars to be removed from the road.
Motorists got caught up in tailbacks until the road re-opened later in the morning.