One person taken to hospital after two-car crash outside St Clement Danes School in Chorleywood

One person taken to hospital after two-car crash outside school

One person taken to hospital after two-car crash outside school

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

One person had to be taken to hospital after two cars crashed outside a Chorleywood school during rush hour this morning.

Police were called to Chenies Road at 8.45am following reports that a red Citroen Saxo and a silver Toyota Previa had crashed outside St Clement Danes School.

Part of the road had to be closed for just over two hours and four people were treated at the scene.

One person was taken to Watford General Hospital with what are believed to be non life-threatening injuries.

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6:27pm Tue 4 Mar 14

fenton1972 says...

i went to that school. that road is a death trap. nothing is done to attempt to slow traffic down. i remember the pta used to volunteer at peak times to stop the traffic on the a404 and allow cars to leave and kids to cross a lot more safely. the council should look at part time sensor controlled traffic lights and pedestrian crossings there. loooooooonnnnnnnnggg
gggggg overdue.
i went to that school. that road is a death trap. nothing is done to attempt to slow traffic down. i remember the pta used to volunteer at peak times to stop the traffic on the a404 and allow cars to leave and kids to cross a lot more safely. the council should look at part time sensor controlled traffic lights and pedestrian crossings there. loooooooonnnnnnnnggg gggggg overdue. fenton1972
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