Emergency services attended a crash that left two people injured.

The two-car crash on Cryers Hill Lane left both drivers injured as ambulances were at the scene at around 10:18am.

Fire crews from High Wycombe and Amersham also attended the incident yesterday morning (January 25).

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A Bucks Fire and Rescue spokesman said: "One appliance and crew from High Wycombe and one from Amersham attended.

"One man and one woman were released, injured, before they arrived.

"The firefighters made the scene safe and the incident was left in the hands of Thames Valley Police (TVP)"

A TVP spokesman said: "Thames Valley Police received reports of a road traffic collision on Cryers Hill Lane at around 10:16 yesterday morning (January 25).

"Officers attended the scene along with the fire and ambulance services.

"Two cars were involved in the incident with only minor injuries being sustained by both drivers who were the only people in the cars."

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