Two men left injured after car crash in Milton Keynes
A collision on a Milton Keynes road left two men needing medical treatment on Saturday evening (April 3).
Two men were left injured following a two-car collision on Bramley Road in Bletchley at around 9:30pm on Saturday.
These men had to be rescued by firefighters from the Bucks Fire and Rescue Service following the crash.
Two fire engines were sent to the scene alongside a pair of fire crews, the South Central Ambulance (SCAS) and a police presence too. Firefighters used rescue equipment to haul the men out of the vehicle.
The men along with two others who had been in the other vehicle, who were able to exit their car without assistance, were left in the care of (SCAS).
An incident in the early hours of that Saturday was attended by the authorities. This time an out-of-control driver crashed his vehicle into a parked car in Arncliffe Drive at Heelands.
The impact from the collision caused external damage to a house and electricity box.
Thames Valley Police and electricity engineers made the area around the car safe.