Pedestrian and motorcyclist taken to hospital after collisions in St Albans
- Credit: Archant
Two teenagers were taken to Watford Hospital today (Friday) following separate collisions in St Albans.
Gary Sanderson, spokesman for East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST), said that following a collision between a motorcycle and a car at 7.55am near the intersection of Sandridge and Beech Roads, near the King William IV pub, a 19-year-old man was taken to Watford with a minor hip injury.
And at 10.17am, at Sainsbury’s, Everard Close, a teenage boy was taken to hospital with minor injuries following a collision with a car near the supermarket.
A spokesman for Herts Police said officers were called to both collisions by the EEAST.
The earlier incident, near the King William, was a collision between a red Gilera Runner - an Italian scooter - and a silver Ford Focus while the second, near Sainsbury’s, was a collision between a silver Skoda Fabia and a teenage boy.
You may also want to watch:
There were no further details available for either incident.
- 1 Village's first scarecrow trail raises £700 for school
- 2 Property Spotlight: A penthouse apartment at St Albans' Gabriel Square
- 3 Schoolgirl donates hair to Little Princess Trust
- 4 It's showtime at Rothamsted with West End stars performing in 'Musicals at the Manor'
- 5 Defibrillators: How you could save a life
- 6 Have your say on St Stephen Neighbourhood Plan
- 7 Check in to the Supper Club for something different
- 8 Area Guide: The pretty Hertfordshire village of Sandridge
- 9 Save Symondshyde still waiting for inspector's report
- 10 Resident accused of 'land-grab' over bid to annexe amenity space