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Firefighters were called to a road traffic collision in Lyall Street in Belgravia involving two vehicles on Sunday evening (March 5).
One vehicle involved in the crash came off the road and became wedged towards the basement of a building.
Eight people were inside the two vehicles at the time of the crash but thankfully nobody was trapped.
Two men, two women and a child were taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service crews suffering from minor injuries.
Fire crews made the scene safe and the duty of care and removal of the damaged car was left with the Metropolitan Police Service.
The Brigade was called at 1827 and the incident was over for fire crews at 1948. Two fire engines and a fire rescue unit from Chelsea and Kensington fire stations attended the scene.