Amy walked away from the wreckage unscathed after the £80,000 car flipped over in South Woodford in East London on Wednesday night.
A shaken Amy was treated by paramedics at the roadside following the accident.
Last night, the 24-year-old took to Twitter to say she was 'lucky to be alive' and to thank fans for their messages.
"I am so lucky to be alive thank you to everyone for your lovely messages, god was definitely watching down on me xxx,” she tweeted.
I am so lucky to be alive thank you to everyone for your lovely messages, god was definitely watching down on me xxx— Amy Andrea Childs (@MissAmyChilds) October 15, 2014
Police confirmed they had been called “following reports of an over-turned car”.
A spokesman added: “At this early stage it is believed that the vehicle was in collision with a traffic light. There are no reported injuries at this time and enquiries are continuing.”
Amy, who shot to fame on 'The Only Way Is Essex', spent £80K on a personalised number plate for the car featuring her catchphrase 'Well Jel'.
Since leaving the Essex-based show, Amy has gone on to launch her own boutique, clothing line, fragrance and calendar.
Earlier this year, she said she will 'definitely' return to ‘TOWIE’ in the future.
“I'll definitely do a cameo one day, maybe next year, I might shock everyone," she said.