05:34PM, Saturday 22 September 2018
A woman was hospitalised after a two-car collision in Slough this afternoon (Saturday).
Two Slough fire crews were on the scene at 12pm after a Nissan Micra and a 4x4 were involved in a collision on Bath Road, near the Leigh Road junction.
The woman had to be removed from her vehicle by firefighters, who cut the back seats out of the car and pulled her out through the boot.
Her injuries were not serious, but she was taken to hospital as a precaution.
No other people were injured in the incident.
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