Car overturns following collision in Cricklewood

PUBLISHED: 11:48 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:48 25 September 2018

Car flipped over in Cricklewood   Picture: Imogen Braddick

Car flipped over in Cricklewood Picture: Imogen Braddick

Picture: Imogen Braddick

A man suffered minor injuries following a collision in Cricklewood which saw one car flip over.

Emergency services were called to Litchfield Road at about 6pm on Friday to reports of a car crash.

One of the vehicles was discovered overturned next to Hampstead School while the other car made off, police said.

A man in his 30s was treated at the scene by paramedics.

His injuries aren’t thought to be life-threatening.

One eye-witness told the Times: “The guys got out and ran away and got into a blue Mini.

“I think they were racing or it’s a stolen car. He took out the fence outside Hampstead School.”

The roads were closed in both directions and traffic diverted.

Enquiries continue. There have been no arrests.

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