Emergency services attended the scene of a three-car collision.

The Metropolitan Police were called at 12.05pm on Tuesday (September 5) to reports of the incident at Clay Tye Road in Cranham.

Officers and the London Ambulance Service found that three cars were involved in a crash.

A spokesperson for the Met said that there were “no obvious injuries”. However, she added, a four-year-old child was checked by medics “as a precaution”.

Police cordons and road closures were in place while officers dealt with the emergency.

No arrests have been made for the incident.

All roads have since reopened.