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Police van on blue lights in collision with car in Canonbury Square

16:36 16 June 2014

The police van at the scene following the collision near Canonbury Square (Picture: Sam Blewett)

The police van at the scene following the collision near Canonbury Square (Picture: Sam Blewett)

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A police van attending an emergency call was involved in a collision with a car on Canonbury Road last night.

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The damaged Mercedes involved in the crash (Picture: Sam Blewett)The damaged Mercedes involved in the crash (Picture: Sam Blewett)

The incident, near Canonbury Square, happened shortly after 8pm and temporarily closed the road southbound from Highbury Corner.

Pictures from the scene showed significant damage to the front of the Mercedes estate car involved in the collision - but there were no injuries and no arrests have been made, police said.

• Did you see the crash? Call the newsdesk 0208 477 3723

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