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Updated: Collision outside Wycombe Hospital
THERE has been a collision between a pedestrian and two cars outside Wycombe Hospital.
Police were called to the entrance of the hospital in Queen Alexandra Road at 12.58pm.
Updated at 2.20pm:
Police said the collision involved two cars- a Renault Clio and a Vauxhall Corsa- and a pedestrian.
Queen Alexandra Road is currently closed at the junction with West End Street.
The fire brigade and the air ambulance were also called.
An air ambulance has just taken off from the Rye.
Updated at 3.15pm
Queen Alexandra Road has now reopened, and the hospital entrance is open. The exit onto Queen Alexandra Road is shut, however, with anyone leaving the hospital having to use the Marlow Hill exit.
An accident investigation team is currently on the scene.
Updated at 4.15pm:
Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue said two fire appliances and crews attended from High Wycombe at 1.10pm to a road traffic collision involving a car, two stationary cars and a pedestrian.
Firefighters released a woman using hydraulic rescue equipment, and she was taken to hospital. A man was also taken to hospital.
Updated at 4.30pm:
South Central Ambulance Service spokesman, Michelle Archer, said they were called at 12.55pm to Queen Alexandra Road.
An ambulance officer, a rapid response vehicle, two ambulance crews and a Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance were at the scene to assess two patients.
One patient was taken to Wexham Park Hospital in Slough and another patient was taken to Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury.
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