Four mountain rescuers answering an emergency call for help had a lucky escape when their Land Rover skidded on ice and flipped over on to its side.
The three men and one woman from two mountain rescue teams were responding to a call for help from a man stuck on Neuadd Ridge, Pen y Fan.
However, while driving to the rescue at 21:00 GMT on Saturday their car hit ice near Aber Village and flipped.
Luckily all four were uninjured and they were able to continue on foot.
Mark Moran, a spokesman from the Central Beacons Mountain Rescue team, said: "It was a lucky escape.
"If it had skidded a couple more feet it would have ended up in the water at the side of the road."