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Woman hospitalised after three-car crash on A127 in Upminster

PUBLISHED: 12:50 22 January 2018

The A127 in Upminster where three cars were involved in a crash on Monday. Photo: Google Maps

The A127 in Upminster where three cars were involved in a crash on Monday. Photo: Google Maps

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A woman has been taken to hospital after a three-car pile up on the A127 in Upminster this morning (Monday, January 22).

A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman confirmed officers were called at 11.33am to the A127’s exit at Hall Lane, to reports of a road traffic incident involving three vehicles.

She said: “One woman was taken to an east London hospital by the London Ambulance Service. It looks as though she had been trapped in her car.

“Her injuries have since been deemed non life-threatening.”

The incident occurred on the eastbound carriageway, heading away from Romford. It is believed none of the occupants or drivers of the other two cars sustained serious injuries.

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