Emergency services rush to car accident in Markyate

PUBLISHED: 18:03 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 18:03 16 July 2018

The car was very damaged. Picture: Markyate Fire Station

The car was very damaged. Picture: Markyate Fire Station


Emergency services rushed to a car accident in Markyate recently.

At about 4.30pm on July 13, Herts police officers and Herts Fire and Rescue Service crews were called to a vehicle on the A5183 between Markyate and Dunstable.

The car had left the road and was severely damaged, but there was no fire and no-one was hurt.

The car was very damaged. Picture: Markyate Fire StationThe car was very damaged. Picture: Markyate Fire Station

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