Smash sparks traffic chaos

PUBLISHED: 13:13 20 June 2008 | UPDATED: 13:22 06 May 2010

One of the cars smashed into railing on Hatfield Road

One of the cars smashed into railing on Hatfield Road

THIS was the scene following a crash along a busy St Albans road yesterday afternoon which sparked traffic chaos. The incident involving two cars happened at around 2.30pm in Hatfield Road near the Morrisons supermarket, and it caused tailbacks until arou

THIS was the scene following a crash along a busy St Albans road yesterday afternoon which sparked traffic chaos.

The incident involving two cars happened at around 2.30pm in Hatfield Road near the Morrisons supermarket, and it caused tailbacks until around 4pm as the recovery truck made its way to the scene.

Nobody was injured in the incident.

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