A London Ambulance Service (LAS) vehicle has been involved in a collision with a BMW outside Great Portland Street London Underground Station.
The collision happened at around 15:00 hours this afternoon (14th August).
The emergency ambulance suffered extensive damage to the front of the vehicle, and the BMW involved in the collision sustained extensive damage to its nearside.
The Met Police, along with other resources from the London Ambulance Service, responded to the scene.
It is not known if any other vehicles were involved or if the ambulance was carrying a patient at the time.
It is understood that the road will remain closed for some time while the cause of the collision is investigated.
The London Ambulance Service has been contacted for comment.
Last updated: 17:02
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