Woman cut out of car after crash in Shenley

PUBLISHED: 12:31 15 September 2014 | UPDATED: 12:31 15 September 2014

Firefighter using spreaders to remove door from car

Firefighter using spreaders to remove door from car

Cambs Fire Service

A woman in her 30s had to be cut out of her car after a collision in Shenley on Saturday (13).

The woman was travelling with three children when they collided with another car on Black Lion Hill at around 11am.

The woman suffered minor leg injuries and was cut out of her blue Astra by a team from St Albans fire station.

The three children and the other driver escaped unharmed but the injured woman was taken to Barnet Hospital via ambulance.

Both cars were thought to have been written off as a result of the collision.

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