UPDATE: Redbourn motorway slip road reopens following accident

PUBLISHED: 17:28 06 November 2014 | UPDATED: 17:28 06 November 2014

Police are currently in attendance at the Redbourn motorway slip road collision

Police are currently in attendance at the Redbourn motorway slip road collision

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Police have reopened a Redbourn motorway slip road following a road accident earlier this afternoon which saw two people being taken to Watford General Hospital.

Emergency services, including ambulance crews and the fire brigade, were called to junction 9 on the M1 slip road after a lorry and a Suzuki Wagon collided just before 4pm.

One person was treated for shock and the other person was suffering neck pain.

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