Driver walks away from Radlett crash

PUBLISHED: 11:11 31 October 2012

Police accident

Police accident


ST ALBANS: A motorist walked away uninjured after a car crashed into a garden yesterday morning.

Ambulance crews were called to London Road, Radlett, at 9.33am after reports that a car had crashed into a house.

Gary Sanderson, spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service, said: “The initial 999 call we received stated a car had crashed into the house but on arrival this was not the case. The car had entered a garden and came to rest near to the house and the man driving was uninjured.”

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