More details emerge about London Colney A414 crash

PUBLISHED: 08:22 26 September 2018

The A414 London Colney roundabout. Picture: Danny Loo.

The A414 London Colney roundabout. Picture: Danny Loo.

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More details have emerged about a crash at the London Colney Roundabout on the A414 yesterday.

Police were called out at 3.49pm yesterday by the ambulance service after a crash involving three vehicles: a silver Vauxhall Astra, a grey Dacia Logan and a grey Peugeot Boxer van.

The fire service were also called as it was thought one person was trapped in a vehicle, however they managed to free themselves.

The ambulance service took one person to Watford General Hospital for treatment at around 5.15pm and the vehicles were recovered.

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