Woman dies following horror crash between Range Rover and Tesla with car ending up on railway track

Emergency services attended the scene in west London but a female occupant of the Range Rover died at the scene

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A woman has died after a crash in which a Range Rover ended up on a London railway track.

The Metropolitan Police said the crash, involving a Range Rover and a Tesla, happened on the A40 westbound near Park Royal Tube station in west London at 3.48am on Monday.

Emergency services attended but a female occupant of the Range Rover died at the scene.

In a statement the Met Police said: "Police were called to a collision on the A40 westbound near Park Royal Underground Station at 03.48hrs on Monday, 22 August.

A Range Rover ended up on a railway track following the incident
A Range Rover ended up on a railway track following the incident
A Tesla was also involved in the crash
A Tesla was also involved in the crash
The Piccadilly Line was part suspended
The Piccadilly Line was part suspended

"Officers attended along with ambulance colleagues. It was reported that two cars, a Range Rover and a Tesla, had been involved in a collision and the Range Rover had left the road and gone onto the railway line.

"It is believed that the Tesla was stationary at the time.

"Despite the efforts of emergency services, a woman aged in her 20s - believed to have been a passenger in the Range Rover - died at the scene.

"Officers await formal identification and confirmation that next of kin have been informed.

"The Range Rover driver, a man in his 20s, has been taken to hospital where his condition is critical.

"The condition of a second Range Rover passenger, a woman in her 20s, is not life-threatening.

"A man, aged in his 50s, who is believed to have been with the stationary Tesla, was treated for injuries that have been assessed as non life-threatening.

"Cordons were put in place following the collision and the Piccadilly Line was part suspended."

The Piccadilly line was part suspended between Acton Town and Uxbridge, while the A40 was also closed.