Two men taken to hospital after North Cheam smash in London Road
A man had to be cut from his car after a smash this morning.
The incident at 11.02am on London Road, North Cheam, saw two passengers taken to hospital.
Both Sutton's fire engines were at the scene.
A spokesman for London Fire Brigade said: "We were called to the incident at 1102 to reports of a road traffic incident.
A man was trapped in one of the cars but was conscious and breathing, with a suspected back injury and was taken to hospital.
Another man was also taken by London Ambulance Service".
London Ambulance Service confirmed that it had taken a 64-year-old to St Georges Hospital with back pain.
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