Woman in hospital after St Albans car crash

PUBLISHED: 09:18 09 November 2018

The Polo which was involved in a crash on Watling Street, St Albans. Picture: Bill O'Neill.

The Polo which was involved in a crash on Watling Street, St Albans. Picture: Bill O'Neill.

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A woman has been hospitalised after a car overturned on Watling Street.

An ambulance, a Hazardous Areas Response Team vehicle, a rapid response vehicle and East Anglian Air Ambulance were called to the St Albans street yesterday, at around 11.35am, after a Volkswagen Polo hit some railings and overturned.

A woman was taken to Watford General Hospital by road ambulance.

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