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Road closed in Kenton following car collision

PUBLISHED: 09:53 29 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:53 29 December 2017

Kenton Road between Nash Way and Elmwood Avenue is closed in both directions following a car collision (Picture: Google)

Kenton Road between Nash Way and Elmwood Avenue is closed in both directions following a car collision (Picture: Google)

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The road outside Kenton Station remains closed following a car collision in the early hours of this morning.

Police were called to a car crash in Kenton at around 5.30am, according to a tweet by London Overground.

A spokeswoman for Transport for London said two cars were involved in the smash adding: “Kenton Road is closed in both directions between Nash Way and Elmwood Avenue. Six bus routes are on diverstion. There are no significant delays.”

London Overground tweeted: “Kenton Station: Closed while police respond to an accident outside the station.”

Police and emergency services have been contacted.

Updates will be provided.

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