Newbury Park bus and car collision: Two women taken to hospital as ‘priority’
Two women have been taken to hospital as a “priority” after a car and a bus collided in Horns Road, Newbury Park this afternoon.
The accident happened at about 2.05pm and the London Ambulance Service despatched a single responder in a car and two ambulance crews to the scene.
Paramedics treated an 82-year-old woman complaining of back pain and a 40-year-old woman complaining of a head injury.
Both were taken to Queen’s Hospital, Romford as a priority.
It is now clear if both women were passengers of the bus, nor what bus service was involved.
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Three police cars were also called to the scene while traffic was guided past the accident.
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