Investigations are continuing into an accident in Bromley yesterday (March 26) that left three people injured and traffic at a standstill.
A woman was said to be suffering life-threatening injuries as a result of the crash, which saw a London Ambulance Service (LAS) vehicle and a car collide near Waitrose just before 2pm.
Masons Hill was closed between Kentish Way and Holmesdale Road, causing severe traffic, while a number of buses were diverted.
The roads were clogged up for hours as police investigated.
A Twitter user described "traffic chaos" in a tweet, mentioning a meeting with well-known social media personality 'The Artist Taxi Driver' had to be postponed.
He posted: "There was a serious accident in Bromley which caused traffic chaos so @chunkymark couldn't get to me. We'll reschedule the interview."
The severe casualty was taken to King's College Hospital in Denmark Hill as a priority - a Bromley Police spokesman has reported her injuries are now not thought to be life-threatening.
Two other people, a man and a woman, went to the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough.
The brother of one of the people hurt in the crash, Billy Milhotra, said at the scene: "They called me and I rushed from work. I am a bit worried."
A London Ambulance Service spokeswoman reported yesteday: "A woman was treated for back pain and was taken to the Princess Royal University Hospital.
"A man suffered a chest injury and was taken to the Princess Royal University Hospital.
"A third patient, a woman, suffered neck, back and head injuries. She was taken to King's College Hospital as a priority."
Read our coverage and see more images from yesterday here
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