Two hospitalised after five-vehicle crash in South Mimms

PUBLISHED: 17:13 07 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:25 07 April 2017

Five-vehicle crash in South Mimms

Five-vehicle crash in South Mimms


Police are today appealing for witnesses after a five-vehicle crash in South Mimms left two people hospitalised.

The collision happened along St Albans Road, where, for reasons unknown at this stage, a silver Nissan Note was involved in a collision with a red Toyota Yaris, which was travelling in the opposite direction.

A further three vehicles – a white Mercedes E220, a black Ford C-MAX and another vehicle, which has not yet been identified – were then involved in the collision.

A police spokeswoman said the unidentified vehicle collided with the rear of the black Ford, and failed to stop at the scene.

PC Dale Morris, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Roads Policing Unit, said: “Two people were taken to hospital with injuries following this collision.

“I am appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision to get in touch and, in particular, I would like to hear from anyone who believes they can help us to identify the vehicle and the driver that failed to stop at the scene.”

Anyone with information on the incident, which happened at around 5.50pm on Monday, March 27, can contact police via 101, quoting ISR 705 of March 27.

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