Elderly man suffers facial injuries in Welwyn Garden City crash

PUBLISHED: 09:41 10 January 2017 | UPDATED: 09:41 10 January 2017

An ambulance crew treated three people in Welwyn Garden City

An ambulance crew treated three people in Welwyn Garden City


Police closed a road after two people were injured in a crash last night in Welwyn Garden City.

An ambulance service spokesman said: “We received a call yesterday at 4.58pm to reports of a two vehicle road traffic collision on Black Fan Road, Welwyn Garden City.

“An ambulance crew was sent to assist and treated three patients at the scene.

“One woman was treated for chest pains, an elderly man had sustained facial injuries, and another male was treated for shock.

“All three were taken to Lister Hospital for further care.”

A police spokesman said officers were called shortly after 5pm to the Black Fan Road junction with Cypress Avenue.

A blue Volkswagen and a red Ford Fiesta were involved in the crash.

Officers closed the road near Morrisons until 6.45pm for the cars to be recovered.

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