Harewood House crash: Police and ambulance called to two-car crash in Leeds
Police and ambulance services have been called to a two-car crash in Harewood House in Leeds on Thursday morning
West Yorkshire Police and Yorkshire Ambulance Service were called to a two-car smash in Harewood Road.
The services were called out at 8.11am and stayed on scene for several hours while the incident was dealt with.
Three police cars and an ambulance were spotted outside Harewood House in Harewood on Thursday morning.
A two car crash involved a red Volvo which was left with damage.
The injuries to those involved are thought to be minor.
The road is not affected by a road closure.
A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: "We were called at 8.11am by the ambulance service to reports of an RTC.
"It was a two vehicle collision."
Meanwhile, police have also dealt with a report of a dognapping in West Yorkshire after would-be pet snatchers tried to take a woman's dog in the park.