A DRIVER had a lucky escape after a car flipped onto its roof on a major Hampshire road. 

The car crashed on the A32 at Droxford on Sunday, February 25, with police reporting the driver had suffered 'minor injuries'. 

The road was closed while the vehicle was recovered. 

In a Facebook post on Hampshire and Isle of Wight Roads Policing, it said: “Alcohol, driving and heavy rain have resulted in this RTC. Driver sustained minor injuries and taken to hospital where a blood sample will be obtained for analysis.”

A Hampshire Police spokesman said: "We were called at 6pm to a report of a collision on the A32.

"This involved one vehicle, a green Land Rover Freelander.

"The driver, a 37-year-old man from Droxford, suffered minor injuries and has been issued a postal requisition for failing to provide a specimen for analysis."