Two taken to hospital after two crashes in Langleybury Lane, Hunton Bridge

Picture: via Twitter @roadpoliceBCH

Picture: via Twitter @roadpoliceBCH

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Two people, including a boy under ten-years-old, have been taken to hospital following two crashes in Langleybury Lane this morning.

The first incident took place at 7.02am at the junction with the A41, and involved three vehicles including a silver VW Golf, a silver Vauxhall Astra and a blue Peugeot 206.

One ambulance took a man in his 40s to Watford General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The junction is blocked and the traffic lights have been damaged. One person was taken to hospital.

Then, at 8.45am a car hit a boy under ten-years-old, who was taken to hospital 20 minutes later with a leg injury.

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11:22am Thu 27 Feb 14

Rollnbutta says...

This is because idiots still speed when it is pouring with rain and drive with no lights on.
This is because idiots still speed when it is pouring with rain and drive with no lights on. Rollnbutta
  • Score: 4

12:00pm Thu 27 Feb 14

nikoakley says...

This has always been a dangerous junction and although filters were installed some 20 years ago, it remains a spot where people continue to take risks.
This has always been a dangerous junction and although filters were installed some 20 years ago, it remains a spot where people continue to take risks. nikoakley
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