The front of a car was completely destroyed after a crash in a small village.  

On Monday morning (June 11), Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue scrambled to the scene of the collision between two vehicles in Stratton Audley.

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A crew from Bicester Fire Station arrived on the scene and firefighters carried out first aid checks on the two people involved in the crash.

There was a small amount of fuel leaking from the engine of the vehicle, which was dealt with by the team.

A spokesperson for Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue said: “This was one of two collisions within a mile of each other, the first we stopped at enroute but fortunately there were no injuries so attended to this initial call.”


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