Man taken to hospital after three cars are damaged in Bradford collision

Man taken to hospital after three cars are damaged in Bradford collision

Man taken to hospital after three cars are damaged in Bradford collision

First published in News Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Reporter

A MAN was taken to hospital suffering minor injuries after the vehicle he was driving collided with two parked cars in Bradford.

The Peugeot 307 collided with two cars parked on King's Road, opposite the Goals Bradford football centre.

The two parked cars are believed to be a Volvo SUV and a Vauxhall Meriva.

A fire crew from Idle was called to the incident at 9.15pm last night. No-one was in the two parked cars at the time but the Peugeot 307 driver was treated for cuts and bruises at the scene by an Ambulance crew and taken to BRI.

Crew Commander Alan Ramsay, of Idle Fire Station, said: "Two of the cars that were crashed into were parked outside the owner's houses.

"The three cars were all badly damaged and don't look like they will be used again."

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