Two-vehicle crash in Royston

PUBLISHED: 07:50 22 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:35 22 August 2018

The scene of the crash in Royston. Picture: Sydney Yarwood

The scene of the crash in Royston. Picture: Sydney Yarwood


There has been a two-vehicle crash in Royston this morning – resulting in one car crashing into a hedge and the other on its roof.

The scene of the crash in Royston. Picture: Sydney YarwoodThe scene of the crash in Royston. Picture: Sydney Yarwood

The crash happened at the junction for Newmarket Road and Studlands Rise at about 7am – one car, a grey BMW, rolled onto its roof.

The other vehicle involved was a grey Renault Kadjar.

Herts Fire and Rescue tweeted: “@roystonfire mobilised to Newmarket road to a two vehicle RTC. Thankfully no one seriously injured. Crews perform scene safety while @HertsPolice and @EastEnglandAmb also attend.”

At 8.30am, A police spokeswoman told the Crow: “No-one was trapped in the vehicles.

“Police are still at the scene waiting for the vehicles to be recovered.”

The Crow is awaiting details about any injuries.


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