Elderly man rescued from car after crash in Leeds

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Firefighters have cut a man free from car after a crashed in Leeds this morning.

Crews from Rothwell and Moortown were involved in rescuing the elderly man from the vehicle in Wensley Drive, Chapel Allerton, at 11.45am.

A fire service spokesman said: " An elderly male with a suspected neck injury was extricated by fire crews and taken to hospital by ambulance."

No other vehicles were reported to be involved.

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