Firefighters were forced to cut two people out of their cars following a collison in Luton this morning.
A male and female were found trapped by Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service after being called to the scene of Lower Harpenden Road at 7.20am.
Six ambulances, two rapid response cars and a paramedic officer joined the two fire engines from Luton and a Stopsley safety rescue unit to help.
An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman confirmed that one of the people involved was suffering from a neck injury and had been taken to Luton and Dunstable Hospital alongside the other victim who had experienced minor injuries.
Beds Fire say the situation was resolved at 8.50am.