A Range Rover that is out of control crashes through a set of fences in the middle of the night and ends up in a tangled mess on some nearby rail tracks.
In the early hours of today morning, a woman was killed and three others were hurt in a high-speed collision.
A Tesla, which is thought to have been immobile, was struck by the car after it flew over the top of a wall and crashed into it close to a West London Tube station, according to horrifying video. It’s hard to tell just how fast it was moving.
Between Acton Town and Uxbridge, the Piccadilly Line has been partially suspended, and the A40 has been shut down.
According to the Metropolitan Police, the incident occurred at 3.48 am on the A40 westbound close to Park Royal station.
The Range Rover ran off the road and ended up quite a distance from the Tesla on the railway line, where it has been photographed in a mangled heap.
Despite the rescue services’ best attempts, the driver’s passenger was declared dead at the site.
A guy and a woman who were passengers in the Range Rover received medical attention on the spot before being transferred to the hospital.
We don’t yet know how they are doing.
A woman who is thought to have been with the stationary Tesla was also treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
A deadly collision has stopped the A40 in west London, and the Piccadilly Line has been suspended nearby, according to a Scotland Yard statement.
‘Officers and ambulance personnel attended. According to reports, a Range Rover and a Tesla were in an accident, and the Range Rover ran off the road and into a railroad track.
A female who is thought to have been with the stationary Tesla was treated for injuries that were determined to be non-life threatening, it stated.
Both the male and female occupants of the Range Rover received first aid at the scene before being brought to the hospital. We are awaiting word on their health.
The A40 and Piccadilly Line, both of which the force predicted would be closed “for a substantial period of time,” were cautioned against by commuters.
Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101 and reference case number 905/22 August.