Two car ended up on a grass bank on the footpath after a crash along a busy main road.
The crash involving a dark grey Volvo and a black Peugeot Delta car is believed to have happened at around 10pm on Thursday night on Townsend Avenue in Norris Green.
Pictures taken of the crash, at the junction of Broad Lane , show both vehicles stopped on a grass bank on the pavement with significant damage.
It is not know if the crash forced the cars onto the footpath or whether they were moved there after but a significant amount of debris could also be seen across the road.
A police van was also parked at the scene but it is not believed that anyone was injured in the collision.
The road remains open to passing traffic.
Speaking to the ECHO , a resident who lives close to the scene of the crash said that it is common for collisions to take place at the busy junction.
She said: "It is scary because obviously the cars involved are ending up outside people’s houses on grass verges and we are in and out all the time.
“It is really frequent. I have lived here for about five years and I have lost sight of how many times it’s happened.”
Earlier this month, a driver on Townsend Avenue was catapulted into the air by another driver coming from the Broad Lane direction , who then sped off.
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