Jeremy Clarkson: Air ambulances land at Diddly Squat Farm after serious crash nearby

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The Grand Tour star Jeremy Clarkson reportedly had two air ambulances land at his Diddly Squat Farm in Oxfordshire last night. The helicopters were called to the site following a nearby road traffic collision on Wednesday evening.

The Diddly Squat Farm and its accompanying farm shop is in the north of the Cotswolds and has featured heavily on the star’s Amazon Prime series, Clarkson’s Farm.

Last night, The Wiltshire Air Ambulance was first to arrive at the scene.

It was followed by Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance, with the helicopters grounding metres from each other shortly after 8pm.

One person was airlifted to the nearby John Radcliffe Hospital, according to Wiltshire Today.

The crash was of a “serious” nature, according to The Sun.

In 2008, the Top Gear star, 61, bought the thousand acre farm which is located between Chipping Norton and Chadlington.

The show documents the broadcaster’s attempt to run the farm effectively.

The shop featured in the first season of Clarkson’s Farm which aired in June this year. A month later, Jeremy confirmed that the show will be returning for a second series.

Earlier this week, the TV personality took to Twitter, where he fumed at a plane that was flying over his farm.

Over the weekend, the presenter shared his annoyance over the incident with his 7.5 million followers.

Jeremy penned: “Quick message to the chap flying in circles 500 feet above my house: f*** off.”

Fan @davroschief1 then responded to the star about the issue.

They penned: “It’s legal Jeremy (unfortunately).”

The petrolhead then hit back: “It’s legal. But selfish.”

The motoring presenter also couldn’t resist taking a dig at his co-star James May as well.

A Twitter user named canrunat3200mhz pointed out how James likes to fly planes as well, aiming a shot at his Instagram.

Replying to the message, Jeremy typed: “Ludicrous past time”.

The Clarkson’s Farm star often gets annoyed at planes flying over his property.

On his Instagram, he regularly posts screenshots of those flying over the airspace above his house.

Back in July, he shared two, labelling one a “w*****” and another a “c*** end”.

The current aviation rules in the UK allow for aircraft to be over 1,000 ft in a built-up area or 500ft from people, vehicles, vessels and structures.

Express.co.uk has gone to Jeremy’s representatives for comment

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