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Three car crash in Hornchurch

PUBLISHED: 17:50 21 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:51 21 September 2018

Police, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert Lee

Police, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert Lee

Robert Lee

This is why emergency services were in Hornchurch this afternoon.

Police, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert LeePolice, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert Lee

Emergency services were called to a three car crash in Hornchurch.

Police, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert LeePolice, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert Lee

Police, two fire engines and London Ambulance Service (LAS) were all called to the collision in North Street at around 1.10pm today (Friday, September 21).

Police, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert LeePolice, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert Lee

A spokesman from Dagenham Fire Station - where one of the engines at the scene was from - said that there were fortunately no injuries and that a woman was a slightly shaken up, but did not have any further injuries.

Police, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert LeePolice, ambulance and fire services were all called to a three car collision in Hornchurch. Photo: Robert Lee

All three services were called at around lunchtime today, and because the road is quite narrow it caused problems for traffic in the centre of Hornchurch.

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