Dramatic pictures of collision near South Mimms

PUBLISHED: 09:18 11 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:18 11 May 2018

The two cars flipped over on the A1 southbound between the M25 junction at South Mimms and the A5135 junction at Borehamwood. Picture: Hatfield Fire Station.

The two cars flipped over on the A1 southbound between the M25 junction at South Mimms and the A5135 junction at Borehamwood. Picture: Hatfield Fire Station.

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Firefighters have said that it was a “lucky escape for all involved” after two cars flipped over following a motorway collision near South Mimms.

The two cars flipped over on the A1 southbound between the M25 junction at South Mimms and the A5135 junction at Borehamwood. Picture: Hatfield Fire Station.
The two cars flipped over on the A1 southbound between the M25 junction at South Mimms and the A5135 junction at Borehamwood. Picture: Hatfield Fire Station.

Hatfield Fire Station tweeted dramatic pictures after attending a crash yesterday with the Borehamwood fire service.

Herts Police went to the scene of the two-car collision and temporarily shut the road - which was the A1 southbound between the M25 junction at South Mimms and the A5135 junction at Borehamwood.

The A1 southbound entry slip road was also shut.

A driver who got caught up in the traffic said: “It was a nightmare.

The two cars flipped over on the A1 southbound between the M25 junction at South Mimms and the A5135 junction at Borehamwood. Picture: Hatfield Fire Station.The two cars flipped over on the A1 southbound between the M25 junction at South Mimms and the A5135 junction at Borehamwood. Picture: Hatfield Fire Station.

“I was stuck in it for about 35 minutes.”

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