Cars mount pavement and crash into walls in Kentish Town collision

Caversham Road and Bartholomew Road in Kentish Town were both closed after the collision last night.

Caversham Road and Bartholomew Road in Kentish Town were both closed after the collision last night. Picture: PA Wire - Credit: PA Wire/Press Association Images

Two cars mounted the pavement and smashed into walls following a collision in Kentish Town last night, which left a 35-year-old man with minor injuries.

A silver convertible Suzuki Vitara and a blue VW Golf collided in Caversham Road, at the junction with Bartholomew Road, just after 8pm yesterday.

An ambulance crew attended the scene and rushed a 35-year-old male driver to the Royal Free Hospital in Pond Street, Hampstead, where he was treated for minor injuries after he complained of neck pain.

The London Ambulance service reported that the other driver, who was also male, was uninjured.

Police tape was in place to cordon off the accident scene. No arrests were made.


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