TWO people who had to be cut from their cars after 'another' major crash near the A40 are still in hospital. 

South Central Ambulance Service said it had received a 999 call at around 9am on Friday reporting a serious crash between two cars, a black Volkswagen Tiguan and a white BMW, on Lower Road, near Church Hanborough.

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Oxford Mail:

Police, fire trucks, a rapid response car, two ambulances and an air ambulance all raced to the scene.

A 28-year-old woman in the Volkswagen and a 23-year-old man in the BMW were both left with serious leg injuries, including broken femurs and pelvis injuries after their cars crumpled.

Oxford Mail:

They were cut out by firefighters and treated by paramedics before being driven to the John Radcliffe Hospital in the back of an ambulance.

They are both still in hospital.

Investigating officer PC Craig Ridgley, of the joint operations Unit for Roads Policing, said: “This was a serious collision which has resulted in two people requiring hospital treatment.

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“I am appealing to anybody who was driving in the area of Lower Road at around the time of the collision and witnessed what happened to please get in touch with police.

“If you have dash-cam installed in your vehicles, I would ask you to please check this and contact police if it has captured anything that can assist this investigation.”

Oxford Mail:

On Friday morning Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service wrote on Facebook: “Unfortunately there has been another serious collision in Oxfordshire this morning, this time near Eynsham with Kidlington fire crews attending.

Crews worked alongside South Central Ambulance and Thames Valley Police and Thames Valley Air Ambulance." 

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