St Albans man arrested after collision

PUBLISHED: 11:06 10 May 2016 | UPDATED: 11:06 10 May 2016

Herts Police arrested a man

Herts Police arrested a man


A St Albans man has been arrested after a collision last night (Monday).

Police and firefighters were called at 7.39pm to Highfield Park Drive, at its junction with Pitt Drive, following reports that a vehicle, a white Seat Leon, had left the road.

A spokesman for St Albans Fire Station said that firefighters were called to the scene, as initially it was feared that people were trapped in the car, but that was not the case.

Police officers were able to gain entry to the car, and the driver was taken to hospital.

A spokeswoman for Herts Police said that a 21 year old man was arrested in connection with an offence under the Criminal Justice Act following the collision.

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