Harold Hill and Hornchurch firefighters called to M25 crash

PUBLISHED: 13:45 01 November 2012

Havering firefighters were called

Havering firefighters were called


Havering firefighters were called last night (Wednesday) after two cars were in collision on the M25.

A fire crew from Harold Hill and a fire rescue unit from Hornchurch arrived on the scene shortly after 5pm. Firefighters said one car had hit the central reservation and bounced into a lane of oncoming traffic.

One woman was taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service with chest pains and a suspected broken leg.

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