A badly damaged vehicle seen after a crash in Brant County. (@OPP_WR / Twitter)

Two drivers suffered major injuries after a two-vehicle crash in Brant County on Sunday evening.

The Ontario Provincial Police responded to the collision at around 5:30 p.m. A news release said that it happened on the 4th Concession Road near West Quarter Town Line Road.

They said both drivers were taken to hospital with "life-altering injuries."

Photos they shared of the scene showed debris scattered across the road. Both vehicles appeared to have significant damage to their front ends.

Officers remained on scene past 7 p.m. while they investigated. The road was closed for an extended period while they did so, with the county issuing a news release on Monday afternoon saying that it was still closed.

It's not known what caused the crash or whether any charges are expected.

#brantopp are on scene of a 2 vehicle collision on the 4th Concession Road near the West Quarter Town Line Road. Both drivers taken to local hospital life altering injuries. ^kj pic.twitter.com/6paNvTvcl4

— OPP West Region (@OPP_WR) November 9, 2020