The damaged Suzuki Swift after Monday’s crash. Picture: Supplied.

A Marham woman used social media to find two “brilliant” paramedics who helped her after she rolled her car.

Billie-Jean Dennis, 26, was on her way home from her job in Fakenham in the early hours of Monday when her Suzuki Swift left the road.

Mrs Dennis, who was on her own, said she  was about to negotiate a bend on Marham Road when she hit black ice.

“My wheels locked and I rolled the car.  I found myself suspended from my seat belt, standing on the passenger door with the driver’s door above me, it was the weirdest feeling in the world.”

After realising she could smell fuel, she managed to escape out of the back window and dial 999.

“If I’d have been doing 5mph more, I don’t think I’d be here to tell the story,” said Mrs Dennis, who sustained bruising.

She said she was very grateful to the paramedics who looked after her.

“I had two of the most wonderful paramedics attend to me, Lee and Scott.

“They said I was lucky to be alive and were surprised that I climbed out of the car. They were brilliant with me.”

Mrs Dennis managed to track down the paramedics after a Facebook appeal.

A spokesman for the ambulance service said her message had been passed on to the crew and they were very grateful.

“They would like to wish her all the best,” he said.