Three women injured in Dollis Hill road smash
Fire crews had to cut the roof off one of the cars
Three women were rushed to hospital following a car crash in Dollis Hill on Saturday morning.
Police were called to the accident in Burnley Road, at the junction with Dudden Hill Lane, at 10.50am.
Firefighters had to cut the roof of a car off to rescue passengers.
Two women, in their 50s, were taken to hospital with pains in their chest as well as pains in their side and hip.
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The third, who was driving the second car, was treated for pain in her back.
Roads were closed causing traffic chaos for drivers for several hours.
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