Emergency services took to the streets of Liverpool tonight after the crash.
Two vehicles are at the scene of the RTC in the Grassnstrist Crescent of Morriside Police Norris Green.
Fire crews from the Mirside Fire and Rescue Service were called at 21.57pm on Saturday and arrived at the scene at 22.01pm.
A fire service spokesman said the crash involved a moving vehicle on the road and a parked vehicle.
The incident has now been handed over to Mirside police.
Photographs and video footage of the scene show several chords across the street.
Police officers were seen crowding around a silver car parked outside the front of a property with several members of the public.
The force event manager told ECHO the incident was “ongoing.”
A spokesman for the Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service said: “We changed the scene at 21.57pm and arrived at the scene at 22.01pm.
“Two engines were called to the scene.
“When we got there it was a two-vehicle RTC – both a moving vehicle and a parked Both were on four wheels.
“We have secured the scene and cordoned off the area.
“We were there for about half an hour.”
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