AN ambulance rushed to a busy Bradford road after a cyclist and a parked car collided.

West Yorkshire Police was called by Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) to reports of a crash at 8.15am this morning. 

It was on Allerton Road, near its junction with Rhodesway, in Allerton.

Officers went to the scene and discovered a cyclist and parked car had collided. 

Paramedics from the ambulance provided treatment for the cyclist. 

A statement from West Yorkshire Police said: "Police were called by the ambulance service at 8.15am this morning regarding a collision between a cyclist and a parked car on Allerton Road in Bradford.   

"The cyclist was given some treatment at the scene by paramedics."

The crash caused traffic issues while it was dealt with.