Police appeal after 80-year-old Harlow woman seriously injured in Foster Street crash

News / Thu 4th Dec 2014 at 01:42pm

Update: 1230 hrs

Police have appealed for witnesses after a driver was seriously injured in a road crash near Harlow.

Officers were called shortly after 1pm on Thursday December 4 following reports of a collision involving a silver Toyota car and a white Citroen van at the junction of Harlow Common Road and Mill Street near the hamlet of Foster Street.

The car driver, an 80-year-old woman from the Harlow area, received serious injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Her condition today (Friday) was said to be “serious but stable”. The van driver was badly shaken but uninjured.

Police closed the road until about 5.30pm while initial investigations were carried out.

Any witnesses, or anyone with information about events leading to the collision, should contact the investigating officer, PC Mark Pearce, or his colleagues at the Essex Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101 or email [email protected]

Update: 1700 hrs

A driver was transferred to Addenbrookes Hospital with serious injuries.

Fire Service report

Firefighters were called to an RTC involving a van and a car. One woman was trapped and crews used specialist cutting equipment to release the casualty by 14:33hrs. The woman was placed in the care of the Ambulance Service.

Incident: 1345 hrs

Harlow-Harlow Common/Foster Street. Road CLOSED (this is the road that goes over the M11) following a serious accident involving 2 vehicles.

This is the road to the Horn and Horsehoes.

Foster Street

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