A1(M) reopens after child falls from van near Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 20:05 03 May 2019 | UPDATED: 20:05 03 May 2019

The A1(M) has now fully reopened after a serious incident earlier this afternoon. Picture: Archant

The A1(M) has now fully reopened after a serious incident earlier this afternoon. Picture: Archant

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The A1(M) has now reopened following an incident this afternoon near Hatfield which saw a child fall from a moving van.

Police were called at 2.20pm to the A1(M) northbound near Junction 5 to reports of the serious incident.

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The motorway was initially closed in both directions for an air ambulance to land, however the child was taken to hospital by road ambulance.

As a result there were approximately five miles of congestion back to Junction 2, and traffic was being diverted off at Junction 4 and rejoining at Junction 5.

Beds, Cambs & Herts Road Policing Unit has confirmed the stretch fully reopened shortly before 6pm.


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