Fords smash in St Albans car park collision

PUBLISHED: 16:39 04 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:21 05 April 2017

Crash in Morrisons car park, St Albans

Crash in Morrisons car park, St Albans


A car mounted the pedestrian walkway and crashed into another vehicle in St Albans today (April 4).

The car crash in the Morrison's carpark in St Albans.The car crash in the Morrison's carpark in St Albans.

At about 3.40pm a Ford Focus smashed into a Ford Fiesta on Hatfield Road, in Morrisons car park - neither of the cars are now drivable.

Both Herts Police and the East of England Ambulance Service were called to the supermarket to attend the scene.

No-one is hurt, but a man in his 50s was in shock.

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