Emergency services landed on a Liverpool street tonight after an accident.
Merseyside Police are currently at the site of my RTC at Swallowhurst Crescent in Norris Green.
Fire crews from the Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service were called in at 21.57 PM on Saturday, and arrived at the scene at 22.01 PM.
A fire service spokesman said the accident involved a moving vehicle and a vehicle parked on the street.
The accident has now been handed over to Merseyside Police.
Photos and video footage from the scene show several hoops in place across the street.
Police officers can be seen crowded around a silver vehicle parked outside the front of the property, along with many members of the public.
The UN Office of Humanitarian Aid Force incident director said the incident was “continuing”.
A Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were changed at 21.57 pm and arrived at the scene at 22.01 pm.
Two engines were called to the scene.
“When we got there, there were two RTCs – a moving vehicle and one parked. Both cars were on all four wheels.
“We made the scene safe and put hoops in place.
“We stayed there for about half an hour.”
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