An ambulance crashed into an insurance agent's office in Wandsworth earlier today. The accident happened at 5pm, after the car had hit another vehicle.
One woman suffered minor injuries. The ambulance driver did not need medical treatment.
An London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We can confirm that one of our cars was involved in a road traffic collision with another car near Merton Road. Our car was on its way to a serious incident nearby."
Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision in Wandsworth which has left a man in a critical condition in hospital. Police were called yesterday afternoon to a crash between a VW Polo, a Ford Mondeo and a bus on Buckhold Road.
Eight people were initally taken to hospital, and a 21 year old man who was travelling in the Polo is still in a critical condition. The two other passengers from the Polo are still in hospital but their injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
The bus, a route 156, was in service at the time, but nobody on the bus was seriously injured.
A 19-year-old man from Mitcham has been charged with aggravated burglary and the manslaughter of 73-year-old Mashboor Hussain on 11 February in Wandsworth. Kofi Yeboah has been remanded in custody and will appear at Bromley Magistrates court on 24 February.
Aaron Burnett, 20 of no fixed abode has already been charged with the murder of pensioner, Hussain. Burnett has been remanded in custody and will appear at Woolwich Crown Court on 5th March.
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After years of campaigning, South Londoners are getting the tube extension they've been hoping for.
The Government is expected to announce that a one billion pound extension to the Northern Line has been given the go-ahead today.
The Northern Line Extension will create two new tube stops in Battersea: one near Wandsworth Road and another next to Battersea Power Station.
It forms wider plans to regenerate Vauxhall and Battersea that also sees news homes and commercial buildings being proposed along the riverfront as well as the new American embassy being built in the area.
A post-mortem examination has revealed that a woman, found dead in her house in Wandsworth last week, died from compression of the neck.
The body of Carol French, 73, was found in Stormont Road on the 20th of November, along with that of her husband, Douglas Harry Morton, 61.
The cause of death for Mr Morton was a stab wound to the heart.
Police say that the death of the woman is being treated as suspicious, while the death of the man is being treated as non-suspicious. They are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.
They just kept themselves to themselves and I keep myself to myself. So it was just a case of we'd pass and say hello to each other.
They were a very nice couple. They just seemed a very normal couple. I just know it's very unfortunate.
The fire at a Wandsworth shopping centre is affecting the restaurant's ventilation system. More info here - http://t.co/UgACzcVXhu
The Wandsworth shopping centre's been evacuated and crews are working hard to bring the fire under control.
Wandsworth shopping centre update: the fire which was affecting a restaurant's ventilation system is now under control.
- Scotland Yard said officers were called to the house in Stormont Road
- When they got in, they found the body of a woman in a first-floor bedroom and the body of a man in a first-floor bathroom
- Mrs French's death is being treated as suspicious, while that of Mr Morton is being treated as non-suspicious