BBC Breakfast's Victoria Valentine panics fans with video of 'snow rescue team' as car gets stuck | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Victoria Valentine panicked fans with a video of a"snow rescue team" as her car got stuck.

The 38-year-old took to Twitter on Sunday to share with fans how she had become stuck in a snow drift after inches of the white stuff fell across many parts of the UK.

Posting a video of her in the dark at the side of a road, Victoria said: "So I’m in Sussex. I’m stuck, along with everyone else.

"A friendly tractor has just turned up, and a lovely Romanian man from somewhere. I’m on a hill, and I am as you can see, far from the only person who is stuck.”

As she gestured to her car, she said: "We’re just trying to find the little hook thing so I can attach myself to the Maserati!”

Despite being stuck, Victoria still looked amazing in a cream coat with a grey fleece underneath and glam make up.

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Fans immediately shared their concern, with one writing: "Hope you get home safely keep warm stay safe xx."

Another added: "Hope you get home soon, take care."

A third replied: "Ooh Victoria, Hope you get safely home, The snow looks quite deep xx."

Thankfully, Victoria eventually got back on the road and shared a smiling snap alongside three men in high-vis jackets which she captioned: "My snow heroes."

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She then shared a video of the men pushing her car along the road and said: "So some very friendly guys who are currently pushing me up the hill, I hope you can see all of that…

“We’re taking it in turns with the driving, oh here we go – we’re stuck! The drivers are taking it in turns to try and get each other up here, I think this is the fifth crash in about two miles or three miles.”

Victoria continued: “There’s a very nice delivery guy who’s got his van – oh, there we go! Thanks guys!”

The car was then seen able to move on its own power and she captioned the video: "It’s been quite an evening."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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