Police have reopened a residential street to drivers following an investigation into a crash in the BD9 area of Bradford.  

The incident took place at 1.46pm on Tuesday afternoon after a driver, who failed to stop for police, was in collision with another vehicle on Lynfield Drive, near Haworth Road.

One man has been arrested on suspicion of driving whilst over the prescribed limit for drugs, West Yorkshire Police said.

First diverted its 620 bus service for most of Tuesday afternoon - taking people via Sowden Road, Haworth Road and Hazelwood Road before returning to its normal route at Chellow Grange.

The road is now open as normal.

A spokesperson for First West Yorkshire said: "SERVICE UPDATE - 620 Due to a road traffic collision, services towards Howarth Road will use.

"So sorry for any issues this may cause on your journey."

Traffic in the area is coping well, according to the AA.

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: "At 13.46 this afternoon a vehicle failed to stop for police, a short while later the vehicle was in collision with another vehicle on Lynfield Drive.

"The road is currently closed whilst investigations take place."

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