Car overturned after hitting pole

PUBLISHED: 09:22 09 January 2020

Photo: Saffron Walden Fire Station/Facebook

Photo: Saffron Walden Fire Station/Facebook

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Emergency crews from Saffron Walden and Haverhill were called to a car accident in Hempstead.

Photo: Saffron Walden Fire Station/FacebookPhoto: Saffron Walden Fire Station/Facebook

The incident happened on Thursday, January 2 and involved one vehicle hitting a pillar.

The vehicle overturned, and the front looked particularly destroyed as a result. The pole in question fell across the road.

A statement published by the Saffron Walden Fire Service on its Facebook page read: "Along with crews from Haverhill, we were called to a car accident.

"On arrival, one car was in collision with a telegraph pole and rolled onto its roof. The occupants were left in the care of ambulance paramedics."

Photo: Saffron Walden Fire Station/FacebookPhoto: Saffron Walden Fire Station/Facebook

An Essex County Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "Firefighters were called to a road traffic collision on Bumpstead Road, Hempstead just before 1pm on 2 January.

"On arrival, crews reported that two passengers had got themselves out of the car prior to the Fire Service arrival.

"Both casualties were given first aid at the scene."

Photo: Saffron Walden Fire Station/FacebookPhoto: Saffron Walden Fire Station/Facebook

Photo: Saffron Walden Fire Station/FacebookPhoto: Saffron Walden Fire Station/Facebook


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