Update: Police appeal after driver left with serious injuries following collision on Hamburger roundabout in Harlow
Communities / Wed 15th Oct 2014 pm31 08:48pm
Update: 1100 hrs
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a collision on the A414 in Harlow in which a man was seriously injured.
The collision, involving a black Renault Megane and a black Ford Galaxy, happened on the A414 roundabout junction with the A1169 Southern Way at about 8.25pm on Wednesday October 15.
The driver of the Megane, a 31-year-old man from Harlow, was taken to the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow with serious leg and pelvic injuries that are not believed to be life threatening.
The driver of the Galaxy, a 68-year-old man from Westcliff was not injured.
Investigating officer Pc Martin Swain said: “The road was closed for over two hours and I would like to thank drivers for their patience during the closure.”
Any witnesses or anyone with information about events leading to the crash should contact Pc Martin Swain, at Chigwell road policing unit on 101.
Crews had released the man by 21:43hrs leaving him in the care of the Ambulance Service.
They used two sets of cutting equipment to remove the car roof to get the man out safely.
FIRE CREWS are working to release a man trapped following a two vehicle road traffic collision.
The collision has occurred at the Park Inn roundabout on the A414 in Harlow.
Crews are using two sets of specialist cutting equipment.