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Havering and Brentwood emergency services called after car crash in Great Warley leaves woman in Romford hospital

13:45 07 November 2012

Emergency services were called

Emergency services were called

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Havering and Essex emergency services were called to a car crash in Great Warley that left a woman in Queen’s Hospital, Romford.

Fire crews from Harold Hill and Ingrebourne were called to Mascalls Lane at about 8.10pm on Tuesday night.

Essex Police said Essex Ambulance Service had taken the female driver of a white Fiat 500 to Queen’s Hospital, after she complained of back pain.

Her injuries were not thought to be serious and no other vehicles were involved.

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