PICTURES: Ambulance and car collide in Cheam High Street
Three people have been taken to hospital after an ambulance and a car crashed in Cheam.
There is heavy traffic on Cheam High Street which is partially blocked due to the incident on the A232 near St Dunstan's Hill.
Traffic is also tailing back both ways on the A217
A spokesperson for the London Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 1.47pm to Cheam High Street to a road traffic collision involving a car and one of our ambulances which was on an emergency call.
“We sent an additional two ambulances to the scene, a single responder in a car and a duty officer.
“We treated one man from the car for back pain and he was taken to St Helier Hospital. We also treated the ambulance crew and they were taken to St Helier Hospital – one with back pain and the other just as a precaution.”
Police redirecting traffic in Cheam
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