Two casualties taken to hospital following collision in London Colney

PUBLISHED: 09:52 11 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:11 11 August 2017

The collision happened in St Annes Road, in London Colney. Picture credit: Google Street View.

The collision happened in St Annes Road, in London Colney. Picture credit: Google Street View.


Two people who suffered head and shoulder injuries were rushed to hospital this morning following a collision in London Colney.

The East of England Ambulance Service Trust and the police were called to a road traffic collision between a Peugeot Partner van and an Audi A6 at 6.22am today on St Anne’s Road, in London Colney.

An ambulance and a rapid response vehicle attended and treated two patients.

A man was treated for a head injury and the other patient suffered a shoulder injury.

Both were taken to Watford General Hospital for further treatment.

Two fire engines also attended the scene and firefighters rescued a person who was trapped in the vehicle.

The road was blocked by the collision but was cleared by 8.10am.

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