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Firefighters pull men from vehicles following two-car collision in Romford

PUBLISHED: 18:30 20 February 2018

Two men were taken to hospital following a car crash at the junction of Kings Grove and Kings Road in Romford earlier today. Photo: Google Maps

Two men were taken to hospital following a car crash at the junction of Kings Grove and Kings Road in Romford earlier today. Photo: Google Maps

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The London Fire Brigade was called to help cut two men out of their cars following a car accident in Romford earlier today (Tuesday, February 20).

Firefighters were called to a collision between two cars at the junction of Kings Grove and King’s Road at around 4.30pm.

A spokesman from Hornchurch fire station told the Recorder: “We extricated two men from their cars, one with head injuries and one with shoulder injuries and they were taken to hospital.

“There was no sign that their injuries were life-threatening.”

A Metropolitan Police spokesman confirmed officers were also called to the scene, and that both men were taken to hospital as a precaution for pain injuries.

There is no suggestion of anyone being arrested.

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