Transport for London says it has "no existing plans" to make changes to a stretch of road where a car crashed into a dentist's surgery.

A white car crashed into N13 Dental Clinic, in Bowes Road, Southgate, just before 11pm on Tuesday (May 21).

A woman was treated on scene by London Ambulance Service paramedics.

Dr Pegah Ziahosseini, who co-owns the clinic, said she was at home when police called her husband to say a car had crashed into their property, which on the corner of Bowes Road and Powys Lane.

She said CCTV appeared to show one car travelling down Bowes Road, which then crashed into another and into her practice. London Fire Brigade said two cars had collided, with one of the vehicles also striking a building.

Bowes Road is part of the A406 North Circular Road, for which Transport for London (TfL) is responsible.

She said: "It's a problem for TfL (Transport for London). It's a very, unsafe crossing for cars.

"We're launching a campaign to make the area safer around here. Almost every week we have an accident at this cross roads.

"None of the cameras round here seem to be working because the police come to us asking 'can we use your CCTV'."

A TfL spokesperson said there were no proposals for alterations to reduce the risk of crashes.

They said: "While we have no existing plans to make changes to this site, we will work with the police on their investigation into this collision to understand the causes behind it.”

The spokesperson said its cameras on that stretch of road were for monitoring purposes only, not footage.

They added: "We're sorry to hear about the damage to Dr Ziahosseini's clinic and understand the concerns the local community has about excess speed and road danger, which has a significant impact on people's lives across the capital.

"We’re determined to tackle this as part of our commitment to Vision Zero, working closely with the borough."