Teen and young girl cut out of car in Radlett following crash with lorry

PUBLISHED: 14:36 03 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:11 03 November 2016

A Radlett woman is being treated by the ambulance service after she was involved in a Radlett crash

A Radlett woman is being treated by the ambulance service after she was involved in a Radlett crash


A woman and a girl had to be cut out of a car after it collided with a lorry in Radlett this afternoon (Thursday).

A young woman, believed to be in her teens, was allegedly pulling out of a parking bay on Watling Street, Radlett, when it crashed into a lorry at about 12.30.

A spokeswoman from Herts Police believes that the teen and little girl were cut out of the white Vauxhall Corsa by the fire service.

The young woman is was treated by an ambulance crew after sustaining alleged arm and abdomen injuries and was taken to Watford General Hospital.

The condition of the young girl is unknown.

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