Crash at Clapham Sainsbury’s leaves driver trapped

Beds Fire and Rescue

Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service are currently working to rescue a driver who become trapped in their car after an accident at Clapham Sainsbury’s.

Three crews are there, including the specialist rescue unit.

No public roads are affected but the entrance to the Sainsbury’s store is currently blocked.

Bedfordshire Police say a woman has been treated for minor injuries and recovery of the vehicle involved is underway.

More to follow…

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