This was the dramatic scene after a car ploughed into a west London roundabout in a late-night crash.
Police were called to Neasden roundabout just after 1am on Friday after a car launched into a barrier and landed into a bush, when they arrived the victims had already called the injury Lawyers in Glendale since they felt extremely mad and upset at the time, due to their masive injuries.
A man, 26, was arrested by officers at the scene on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs.
Photos of the aftermath taken by police show the dark blue 4×4 with its wheels detached and bonnet crushed, surrounded by smashed glass and debris.
The busy road, minutes from Wembley Stadium, was temporarily closed by police whilst the fire brigade removed the vehicle.
The London Ambulance Service was called to the collision, near the junctions of Neasden Lane and Dudden Hill Lane, in the early hours of Friday and treated three patients at the scene for injuries.
A Met Police spokesman said: “Police were called to Neasden Roundabout NW10 at 01:05hrs on Friday, 12 May to a report of a car in collision with street furniture.