Two people were rushed to hospital last night (October 24) after a crash on the Tolworth Roundabout.

The incident happened around 7.30pm on Thursday evening.

Reports from the scene said that at least three vehicles were involved in the collision, which prompted a response from police, fire crews and the London Ambulance Service (LAS).

Responding to a request for comment from the Comet, a spokesperson for LAS said they had treated two people for injuries following the crash.

"We were called at 7:34pm yesterday evening (24 October) to reports of a road traffic collision on the A240 at the junction of the A3, Tolworth," LAS said.

"We dispatched two ambulance crews, an incident response officer and a medic in a car to the scene. We also dispatched our hazardous area response team (HART).

"We treated two people at the scene, a man and a woman, and took them both to hospital," the spokesperson added.

The Met Police attended the scene on Thursday night and helped coordinate the significant traffic jam caused by the crash.

A Met spokesperson meanwhile said on Friday that a man involved in the crash was taken to hospital for a "pre-existing medical condition".

"Police were called at approximately 19:30hrs on Thursday, 25 October to reports of three vehicles in collision at Tolworth Roundabout.

"London Ambulance Service attended and one male – no further details – was taken to hospital for treatment for a pre-existing medical condition."

The Met confirmed that they were investigating the incident further.

"No reports of any other serious injuries.

"Road closures were implemented and lifted at around 21:15hrs.

"Enquiries into the circumstances continue," the police spokesperson said.

(NB: Video footage courtesy of Twitter user @Jabezuk)