Police, ambulance and fire services called to town centre crash

James Harrison

James Harrison

Police, ambulance and fire services at scene of town centre crash

Emergency services were called to a crash outside the Three offices in Maidenhead town centre this evening.

At least two cars were involved, with one ending up on its side on the A308 heading towards Braywick.

Police, the fire service and an ambulance were called and the road was closed while the cars were removed and debris was swept up.

As of 9pm, the cars had been cleared but traffic was still being diverted away from the road.

UPDATE Friday, May 5, 8.57am:

A crew from Maidenhead Fire Station attended the scene for about 20 minutes to assist the police in reopening the road.

 A spokesman said both drivers had already exited their vehicles when the crew arrived and seemed to be uninjured.


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