12:53PM, Sunday 04 September 2016
A pregnant woman had to be cut free from her BMW after a crash in Slough last night.
At about 11.45pm crews from Slough Fire Station received a call that a BMW had crashed into the central reservation near the contraflow system in Tuns Lane.
Firefighters used hydraulic cutting equipment to cut the roof off the black car and got the woman out using a long board.
As a precaution, crews from the South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) treated the pregnant woman at the scene.
No others cars were involved in the incident and firefighters stayed there for about 40 minutes.
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