Two people have been injured after a bin lorry driver "lost control" of the vehicle and crashed in West Ealing.
The collision happened in Leeland Road, just off the Broadway, on Saturday (September 3) morning, shortly before 9.20am.
Police in Ealing tweeted to say a truck driver had lost control, injuring two people.
They said no one had been seriously injured in the collision, which happened outside the Salvation Army building.
A witness contacted getwestlondon to say the vehicle was a refuse lorry.
He said it had lost control and hit a bollard and a van before crashing into a wall.
Another user tweeted to say the crash had happened "alarmingly close" to a farmer's market taking place that morning.
A spokesman for Amey, which runs rubbish collections for Ealing Council, said: "We can confirm an incident involving one of our vehicles occurred this morning on Leeland Terrace in Ealing.
"Safety remains our highest priority, and we're working closely with the relevant authorities to investigate the incident and determine its cause."
He added that waste collections in the borough would not be affected while the investigation was being carried out.
A spokeswoman for the London Ambulance Service said: "We were called at 9.17am to reports of a road traffic accident involving a pedestrian and a car on Leeland Road.
"We sent two ambulances to the scene and we arrived within five minutes.
"We treated a woman for injuries and took her to a hospital in west London."
A Met Police spokesman had earlier said officers were called to reports of a car in collision with a pedestrian.
He said a person believed to be in their 50s was taken to hospital.
Police said no one had been arrested.
The road was closed following the crash but has since reopened.