It is a surprise there were not more serious injuries in this High Impact Head On Collision.
Emergency crews responded to reports of a high impact, head-on crash in Brookwood on Friday night (February 16).
Images of the collision site show that that the bonnet of the Saab 9-3 involved had been ripped open and the front of the Honda was left hanging off the vehicle.
Surrey Fire and Rescue Service crews from Woking and Guildford spent around two hours at the scene where firefighters removed the doors of the cars to assist with the extraction of the passengers.
The emergency services were called to Brookwood Lye Road at around 9pm. Graham Westbrook, from Woking fire station, said: “There were three people in one car and one person in the other one. “We had to remove some doors of the cars and were then guided by the ambulance staff as to what we should do.
“We started to take the roof off one of them but then the passengers managed to get out of the car through the doors. The Honda’s engine was a few hundred yards down the road, it was a high impact crash.
“It is a surprise there were not more serious injuries.”
Surrey Police confirmed that two people suffered “minor injuries” as a result of the crash. A spokesman for the force said: “We received reports of a collision involving two cars in Brookwood Lye Road, Brookwood, around 9pm on Friday (February 16).
“The cars involved in the incident, which occurred near the junction with Blackhorse Road, included a Honda and a Saab.
Two occupants from the Honda suffered minor injuries. Both vehicles were recovered and the road was cleared by 11.50pm.