A CRASH involving several vehicles has closed part of a major road into Bradford city centre.

Police, an ambulance and two fire engines have been called to Manchester Road, at the junction of Croft Street, following the crash, involving an unidentified make of black cab from the Arrival firm and a white Ford Ranger XL vehicle, at just after 11.35am today. 

The cab's front passenger door looks to have been removed.

Manchester Road heading into the city centre has been shut due to oil and debris caused by the crash and the emergency services deal with the incident. 

A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said several vehicles were involved but the two vehicles listed above were the only two which could be viewed at the scene at around noon. 

The only reports of any injuries in the crash were an elderly man who suffered a slight facial injury.