St Albans firefighters help free motorist on M25

PUBLISHED: 14:25 07 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:25 07 September 2018

Traffic on the M25. Photo: BCH Road Policing.

Traffic on the M25. Photo: BCH Road Policing.


St Albans firefighters have helped to free a motorist trapped in their car on the M25.

They were called at 12.22pm to help their colleagues from Hemel Hempstead cut a motorist out of their car at junction 21A.

It is believed the person only sustained minor injuries and the road was reopened at 1pm.

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