30 June 2010, 14:34
Two people have been flown to hospital by air ambulance, following a car crash in Milton Keynes.
It happened on Fury Court in Crownhill at 11.46 this morning (Wednesday).
Two cars were involved in the incident - one of which had four people travelling in it, the other just had the driver in.
All of the emergency services attended the scene - police and fire brigade, along with three ambulances, two helicopters and one ambulance response car.
Two people were trapped in one of the cars, and were cut out from the back of the car by the fire brigade, before being flown to hospital in the air ambulance.
Despite the large presence of emergency services, Robert Ive from South Central Ambulance Service says everyone should be ok:
"No serious injuries at all. All precautionary. We won't take a chance and treat for serious injury, and everyone's ok."
The two casualties have been taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital and the Walsgrave Hospital.