Firefighters battled to cut open London licensed minicab after serious crash outside fire station


The capital's emergency services battled to free occupants of a London licensed private hire vehicle after a serious collision outside Lee Green Fire Station late on Tuesday 9 June.


Taking to Twitter to highlight the incident, a spokesperson for London Fire Brigade Greenwich, said: "Road traffic collision outside Lee Green Fire Station @lfbgreenwich @LFBLEWISHAM excellent collaborative work to resolve the incident with our blue light partners. #leegreen #MakeMeProud @Royal_Greenwich @dac_welch @LFBNewing."

Speaking of the efforts from London's emergency services, Detective Superintendent, lead for Vision Zero Road Safety, Andy Cox, said: "Always proud of the work of all emergency service personnel at the scene of a serious road traffic collision."

Details surrounding any injuries are yet to be released.


According to News Shopper, someone had fled the scene of the collision, prompting a police search.

No further information has been released.


Image credit: Twitter-@lfbgreenwich

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