A Mini overturned in Cheddar Gorge and police had to recover another car from a dyke.
This came after the car collided with another vehicle in the Mendip Hills, Somerset.
There were no injuries to any of the occupants of the vehicle after the incident last night (June 5).
Avon and Somerset Police attended the scene after responding to various other 999 calls in the county.
Officers of the Special Constabulary unit had been dealing with reports of criminal damage.
The team decided to make an example of the drivers on social media.
ASP Special Constables said on Twitter: “Our SCs, that included Hollie from Bridgwater, ended their shift with dealing with criminal damage and another RTC. This time in Cheddar Gorge where the driver flipped the car.
“Thankfully all occupants escaped injuries.”
This was a re-tweet from a post police made yesterday, which read: “Officers covering Sedgemoor this evening have been responding to various 999 calls, one of which being a concern for welfare.
“Also being called to a two-vehicle RTC in Mark, where one of the vehicles had to be recovered from the dyke.”