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UPDATE: Two people cut free from car following smash in Perry Street, Crayford
TWO women have been cut free from a Smart car after an accident in Crayford.
A 76-year-old women was rushed to hospital with a head injury along with the other passenger, 53, who suffered back and chest pains.
Emergency services, including London's Air Ambulance, were called to the A2000 in Perry Street, close to the junction with Claremont Crescent.
Police closed the road just after 12pm, following the smash involving a black Smart car and a white van at around 10.50am.
It took more than three hours for the women to be cut free.
A London Ambulance spokesperson said: "We treated two women and both were then taken to King's College Hospital.
"The first was a 76-year-old woman who had a head injury and the other was a 53-year-old woman suffering from back and chest pains.
"They were both treated at the scene and collared and boarded.
"Both were breathing and conscious and taken to hospital with high priority."
She said they sent three ambulance crews, a duty officer and a single responder to the scene.
A London Fire Brigade spokesperson confirmed three fire engines arrived at the scene at 10.59am.
Traffic is slow in the area.
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