Mandeville Road is closed in both directions causing slow traffic and delays following a two-car collision.
Emergency services were called to reports of a collision between two cars in Mandeville Road shortly after 8am on Sunday (November 12).
Metropolitan Police, London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade are currently attending the incident.
Metropolitan Police confirmed that three people, two women and a child are being treated for leg injuries at the scene.
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Mandeville Road has now reopened following a traffic incident on Sunday morning.
The road was as slippery “as an ice rink” after two damaged cars that collided leaked oil onto its surface.
Ealing council workers worked to clear the road that was closed from around 8am.
Two women and a 14-year-old were taken by London Ambulance Service from the scene to hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
Bus route reopens
TfL confirmed bus route 140 has resumed serving Mandeville Road following an earlier traffic collision.
Mandeville Road "like an ice" due to oil spilt by cars following collision
Mandeville Road is “like an ice rink” following a collision between two cars there on Saturday morning.
Oil spilled from the damaged vehicles into the road making it unsafe for motorists.
Met Police are waiting on Ealing Council workers to arrive and clean up the spillage.
The road remains closed at present.
Oil spilt from vehicles means Mandeville Road remains closed
Mandeville Road remains closed due to oil spilt in the road from two cars that crashed on Sunday morning.
Met Police confirmed it’s waiting for council workers to attend the scene and clean up the oil that was spilt from the vehicles involved in the crash.
140 bus route diverted
TfL confirmed the 140 bus route is diverted at Mandeville Road following a collision between two cars earlier this morning
Two women and a 14-year-old have been taken to hospital
Metropolitan Police confirmed that two women and a 14-year-old were taken from the scene of the car crash in Mandeville Road to hospital by London Ambulance Service.
Their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Mandeville Road has been closed in both directions causing slow traffic and delays following the crash but it is expected to reopen shortly.
London Fire Brigade left the scene
London Fire Brigade confirmed that they have left the scene of the two-car crash in Mandeville Road.