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Rayners Lane crash: Two hospitalised after four-vehicle smash near tube station

London Fire Brigade (LFB) worked to free a trapped person from a car after a four-vehicle crash on Thursday morning (May 4)

Police were called to a collision in Rayners Lane involving four cars(Image: Twitter: @TheTomRiley)

Two motorists have been taken to hospital after a four-vehicle crash in Harrow on Thursday morning (May 4).

London Fire Brigade (LFB) released a motorist from a vehicle in Rayners Lane after being called at 10.46am. It said it was called to a collision involving two cars and two vans.

The Metropolitan Police added it was called at 10.34am to the crash which resulted in two motorists, one male and one female, being taken to hospital.

Their injuries are not described as life-threatening.

Officers added the collision, which happened near Rayners Lane Underground station, led to road closures in the area.

Roads were then reopened at around 1.30pm.

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