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Two people hospitalised after Collier Row car crash

PUBLISHED: 07:55 21 November 2018 | UPDATED: 09:30 21 November 2018

Firefighters reportedly had to remove the roof from one car to help treat an injured person.

Firefighters reportedly had to remove the roof from one car to help treat an injured person.

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Emergency services closed a main road in Collier Row briefly last night (Tuesday, November 20) after two people were injured in a car crash.

A Met Police spokesman confirmed officers were called at around 8.35pm to reports of a crash between two vehicles on Hog Hill Road at the junction with Collier Row Road.

Police officers, paramedics from the London Ambulance Service and firefighters from the London Fire Brigade attended the scene.

Two people were taken to an east London hospital, but their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

It is believed firefighters had to remove the roof of one car to access an injured person inside.

The London Fire Brigade and London Ambulance Service have been contacted for further comment.


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