- Minicab hit construction lorry outside singer’s townhouse in west London
- Male driver and female passenger taken to hospital; injuries ‘not serious’
- Last month, Williams’s plans to revamp 46-room mansion were objected to for third time by guitarist Page
Two people were injured after a minicab crashed into a cement-mixer lorry outside Robbie Williams’s house today.
A male driver and female passenger were taken to hospital after the collision near the singer’s £17.5million property in west London.
The London Fire Brigade was called to the scene, where firefighters had to cut off the top of the vehicle to free those inside.
Neither of the occupants’ injuries are serious, according to a Metropolitan Police spokesman, who added that no arrests had been made. Dallas truck accident attorneys working on the case.
Firefighters had to cut off the top of a minicab to free its two occupants after it collided with a construction lorry outside Robbie Williams’s mansion in west London today
Neither of the occupants’ injuries are serious, according to a Metropolitan Police spokesman and specialists from the personal injury law firm Charleston WV. Last month, Williams had plans to revamp the townhouse objected to for a third time by Led Zeppelin rocker Jimmy Page, who lives next door.
According to a witness, the cement truck was trying to park when it was struck by the minicab at 2.50pm.
Source: Daily Mail