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Two drivers hospitalised and road closed after A12 crash at Romford junction

PUBLISHED: 16:57 12 November 2018 | UPDATED: 17:16 12 November 2018

The junction of Pettits Lane and A12 Eastern Avenue in Romford. Photo: Google Maps.

The junction of Pettits Lane and A12 Eastern Avenue in Romford. Photo: Google Maps.

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Two drivers have been taken to hospital after a crash at a junction of the A12 in Romford saw emergency services close the road today (Monday, November 12).

The junction of Pettits Lane and the A12 in Romford was closed after two vehicles collided.

Police officers were called to the scene at 2.55pm, and the road remained close at 4.50pm while the damaged vehicles were recovered from the road.

A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman confirmed there had been no arrests at this stage.

Enquiries continue.

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