Three people injured in A505 smash between Baldock and Royston

PUBLISHED: 13:45 15 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:14 06 February 2018

One of the car's involved in the A505 crash near the Odsey turning yesterday evening. Picture: Lesley Broadhead

One of the car's involved in the A505 crash near the Odsey turning yesterday evening. Picture: Lesley Broadhead

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Three people were hurt in a two-car crash between Baldock and Royston yesterday evening – which resulted in the stretch of road being closed for two hours.

A Volkswagen Golf was one of the cars involved in the smash on the A505 near the Odsey turning for Ashwell. Picture: Lesley Broadhead A Volkswagen Golf was one of the cars involved in the smash on the A505 near the Odsey turning for Ashwell. Picture: Lesley Broadhead

Police and the ambulance service were called at about 5.40pm to the incident at the A505 Slip End junction for Ashwell.

Three ambulances and one rapid response vehicle attended the scene to treat the patients for minor injuries. All three patients were taken to hospital for further treatment.

Two vehicles were involved in the crash – a silver Volkswagen Golf and a gold Toyota Yaris. Road closures were put in place from 6pm to 8pm while both vehicles were recovered.

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