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Essex and Herts Air Ambulance called to Little Hallingbury crash



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A man has been taken to hospital in a serious condition following a crash in Little Hallingbury during Thursday's morning rush hour (April 18).

Emergency services were called to the single-vehicle collision at Red Brick Row on the main A1060 through the village, which was shut in both directions for more than two hours as a result.

A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said: "Several ambulances and the Essex and Herts air ambulance responded to reports of a road traffic accident in Red Brick Row, Hallingbury around 7.45 this morning.

"After treatment at the scene, one person was taken by road to the Essex Cardiothoracic Centre in Basildon.”

The centre provides specialist treatment and care for people with heart or lung problems.

The A1060 reopened at about 10.30am.

Anyone with information about the crash can call Essex Police on 101 and quote the incident number 169 of April 18. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously by dialling 0800 555111.



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