Woman taken to hospital after Bradford collision

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Woman taken to hospital after Bradford collision Woman taken to hospital after Bradford collision

A woman had to be cut free from her car by firefighters after a colliision involving another vehicle in Bradford today.

The incident happened just after 3pm, at the junction of Oxford Road and Idle Road in Undercliffe.

Fire crews from Idle and Bradford used extrication equipment to remove the woman from her vehicle, a Vauxhall Zafira, before she was taken by ambulance to Bradford Royal Infirmary with suspected neck and back injuries.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Fire Service said a woman from the other vehicle, a Citreon C3, was already out of her vehicle by the time they arrived on the scene, which was also attended by West Yorkshire Police.

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