Three vehicle collision leaves car on its roof.

By Nub News Reporter

9th Jun 2024 | Local News

The road was blocked by police but youngsters went close to look inside the overturned vehicle.
The road was blocked by police but youngsters went close to look inside the overturned vehicle.

POLICE, fire and ambulance emergency services attended an incident on Bradleigh Avenue in Grays, close to the junction with Orsett Road, that ended with a car on its roof.

It is reported to have happened soon after 3pm today (Sunday, 9 June) and police officers on the scene said there were no significant injuries.

At 4.30pm Bradleigh Avenue remained closed to traffic with police awaiting commencement of a forensic examination prior to recovery of the vehicle.

A statement from Essex Fire and Rescue said: "Firefighters were called to Bradleigh Avenue, Grays at 3.24pm. On arrival, crews confirmed it was a collision involving three vehicles with one vehicle overturned.

"Luckily there was no one trapped. Crews made the scene safe by 4.08pm and left the scene with the Police."

Essex Police said: "We were called to reports of a collision involving three vehicles in Bradleigh Avenue at the junction with Orsett Road, Grays, at around 3.30pm on Sunday 9 June.

"We attended with colleagues from the fire service.

"No injuries were reported to us.

"A 35-year-old woman, from Grays, was reported for failing to stop at the scene of a collision, failing to report a collision, driving without due care and attention, driving otherwise in accordance with a licence and driving without insurance."

See Nub News report from the scene: https://www.facebook.com/share/v/yGV1WZ5j24RLqdPR/?mibextid=WC7FNe

     

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