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Drivers escape serious injury in crash in Bishop's Stortford

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Police and fire and rescue services at the scene (8241679)
Police and fire and rescue services at the scene (8241679)

Two motorists were fortunate to avoid serious injury when their cars were involved in a collision in Bishop's Stortford on Tuesday night (April 2).

The incident happened at the junction of London Road and Thorley Hill at about 9.30pm and involved a Vauxhall Zafira and a Vauxhall Corsa.

A resident who lives near the scene of the collision said that he and his wife heard a "huge smash" from the road.

He said: "It sounded like smashing glass and a bang. We were watching TV and it was loud enough to make us jump up."

Road closures were put in place while the vehicles were recovered. The road was clear by 11.20pm.

A spokeswoman for Hertfordshire Constabulary said: "One person was reported to have sustained a minor leg injury but did not require medical treatment."

It is not known yet whether police will be taking action against either of the drivers involved. The force's collisions department will be investigating.

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