Woman cut out of vehicle after crash outside King George Hospital
A woman had to be cut out of her vehicle after a car and a van collided in Goodmayes this morning.
Emergency crews were alerted at around 11.10am to the collision outside King George Hospital in Barley Lane.
Fifteen firefighters, two fire engines and a fire rescue unit arrived at the scene to free a woman in her 40s who was trapped in her vehicle.
A spokesman for London Ambulance Service said a single responder unit was sent to the scene.
Paramedics treated the woman for neck pain and took her to King George for further treatment.
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Fire crews left the scene at 11.40am.
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