A CAR flipped over in a crash in Slough on Saturday afternoon.

Firefighters were seen in Villiers Road, Manor Park yesterday (October 7) responding to a crash involving three vehicles.

Images circulated on social media showed a large crowd watching as emergency services were working at the scene.

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Slough Observer: Three cars appeared to have been involved in the crash.

The road was closed whilst firefighters dealt with the incident. 

The car flipped onto its side and as firefighters turned it over, the windscreen glass was smashed. 

A spokesman from Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "At 4:04pm on Saturday, 7 October, we received reports of a road traffic collision on Villiers Road in Slough.

"A Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service crew from Slough Fire Station was sent to the scene.

"Upon arrival, crews discovered a collision involving four vehicles. Firefighters made the scene safe whilst one person was taken into the care of South Central Ambulance Service.

"The crew were at the scene for approximately 19 minutes."