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.

Archant

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.”

More news stories

Yesterday, 18:23

Have you seen this wanted man in Stevenage?

Yesterday, 16:43

A report has been written recognising the problems with the North Herts District Council waste contract, with two proposals to be discussed at a cabinet meeting next Tuesday.

Yesterday, 15:41

A Welwyn Garden City dance school has put its best foot forward in a street dance competition.

Yesterday, 13:52

A kitten discovered in Codicote cowering in a heap of fly-tipped rubbish has a new home after being saved by cyclists and vets.

Newsletter Sign Up

Welwyn Hatfield Times weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Most read stories

Show Job Lists

Herts Most Wanted Herts Business Awards