Crash near St Albans causing delays

PUBLISHED: 09:02 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 09:41 19 May 2017

There is currently knock-on congestion in St Albans following an accident near Shenleybury

There is currently knock-on congestion in St Albans following an accident near Shenleybury

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A crash near St Albans is causing delays in the town this morning.

Police were called to the collision in Shenleybury at 6.24am, which involved a red Kia Picanto and silver Toyota Hilux, and resulted in a driver being injured.

An ambulance service spokesman confirmed one crew treated a man for minor cuts and bruises, before he was taken to Barnet Hospital.

There is currently knock-on congestion heading back towards the town, and motorists are being advised to plan ahead before using the route.

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