Woman cut from car after crash in Lower Coombe Street, Croydon
8:40am Thursday 3rd January 2013 in News
A woman had to be cut from her car last night after two cars crashed in Croydon.
London Ambulance were called to Lower Coombe Street at 9.15pm, to treat a 29-year-old woman complaining of neck, back and abdominal pain.
Firefighters from Croydon and Purley fire stations were called to the scene at 11.17pm and liaised with paramedics to free the woman.
A fire spokesman said crews cut the roof and doors off the vehicle, before bringing the driver out through the back of the car.
Another adult and three children escaped the collision uninjured, as did the driver of the second car.