Women hurt in road collision


Two women suffered neck and back injuries following a collision between two cars near Dunstable on Sunday evening.

One woman had to be cut free from her car by firefighters following the collision on Thirn Road at around 6pm.

Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue received a call about the incident at 6.12pm and sent rescue pumps from Toddington and Leighton Buzzard Community Fire Stations and the Emergency Rescue Unit from Stopsley.

One female casualty with neck and back pain was out of her vehicle before the arrival of fire service and was placed on a spinal board by Firefighters after complaining of back and neck pain.

A second woman was trapped in her vehicle and was freed by Firefighters from the car using Holmatro cutting equipment and passed into the care of ambulance service, also suffering from back and neck injuries.