A man had to be freed by firefighters after the crane he was in collapsed onto a building.
Crews from Basingstoke Fire Station were called to Pitman Close at about 9.50am where the crane had fallen on its side.
A Hampshire Fire and Rescue spokesman said a man in his 50s was trapped in the 27-tonne crane.
The firefighters used an aerial ladder platform to free the man.
Pictures posted on Twitter by Basingstoke Fire Station showed a large hole in the roof of the building where the crane had collapsed.
Three fire engines were called out.
Firefighters sent in a stop message just after 11.05am.