A fire rescue team were sent to assist in the aftermath of a crash in Neasden during the early hours of Friday (May 12).
Two people were treated at the scene of the accident which happened at around 1am on Friday (May 12).
The brigade said it sent three fire engines and a fire rescue unit to the collision at the junction of Neasden Lane and Dudden Hill Lane.
A LFB spokesperson said: "One car was involved in a collision with street furniture.
"No people were trapped in the vehicle but two people were treated at the scene by London Ambulance Service crews."
The brigade was called at 1.06am and the incident was over for fire crews at 1.28am.
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