14.7 C
Harrow on the Hill
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
HomeNewsTwo people taken to hospital after car crashes into Sainsbury’s garage in...

Two people taken to hospital after car crashes into Sainsbury’s garage in Ruislip

A car has crashed into the petrol station which is located next to Sainsbury’s in South Ruislip this morning (27 Feb).

Two people have been taken to hospital following the crash. Reports came in when members of Harrow Online alerted us to a tweet sent out by TFL that read:

(Credit: David Nathan)

“DIVERSION VICTORIA ROAD, HA4: Route 114 is on diversion due to an incident. Buses are diverted via Field End Road, Elm Avenue, Park Way, and Pembroke Road in both directions.

“Buses are missing stops from Stonefield Way to Ruislip Manor Station in both directions.”

An eye witness said they saw a person collapse after leaving the crashed vehicle. Dramatic images sent into Harrow Online show the severity of the accident this morning.

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said:“We were called at 9:52am this morning to a reports of a road traffic collision on Long Drive, Ruislip.

“We sent two ambulance crews and our Hazardous Area Response Team (HART). We treated two people at the scene and took them both to hospital.”

A Met Police spokesperson said: “ On Thursday 27 February at 0952 hours police were called to Victoria Road, Ruislip to reports of a partially collapsed building.

A police cordon is in place following the crash. (Credit: David Nathan)

“Officers, the London Ambulance and London Fire brigade attended and located a vehicle that is believed to have collided with a building. A male in his 40s, was assessed by LAS and his condition is deemed non-life threatening or changing.

Road closures are currently in place. (Credit: David Nathan)

“A second male was also injured at the scene. His condition is non-life threatening or changing. Road closures are currently in place. Enquiries continue”

(Featured Image Credit: David Nathan)