Adults and kids treated by ambulance crews after two-car crash in Abbey Wood

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The crash happened in McCleod Road (police stock image)
The crash happened in McCleod Road (police stock image)

Police have issued a statement following a crash between two cars in Abbey Wood.

It happened today just before 10.10am in McCleod Road.

No-one was critically injured, say officers.

No arrests were made.

Passers-by said they also saw fire engines at the scene.

We have asked London Fire Brigade for more information.

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called at 10.05am today (13 May) to reports of a road traffic collision at McLeod Road, Abbey Road.

“We sent an ambulance crews and two incident response officers.

"The first of our medics arrived in under five minutes, and treated two adults and two children at the scene, before taking one woman to hospital.”

A Met Police spokesperson said: "It was a collision between two cars at around 10:08hrs.

"No critical injury.

"No arrest."

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