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Man suffers leg injuries in Chadwell Heath crash

09:41 09 June 2014

Car crash in Park Lane, Chadwell Heath. Picture: Rev Martin Court

Car crash in Park Lane, Chadwell Heath. Picture: Rev Martin Court

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A man suffered leg injuries after the car he was in collided with another in Chadwell Heath yesterday evening.

Car crash in Park Lane, Chadwell Heath. Picture: Rev Martin CourtCar crash in Park Lane, Chadwell Heath. Picture: Rev Martin Court

The London Ambulance Service was called to the scene of the crash in Chadwell Heath Lane, near the junction of Park Lane, at 9.05pm.

It sent one ambulance crew, a single responder and a hazardous area response team.

A spokesman said the injured man, a passenger thought to be in his 20s, did not need hospital treatment.

A Redbridge police spokesman said officers attended and “assisted in a damage only accident”.

Car crash in Park Lane, Chadwell Heath. Picture: Rev Martin Court Car crash in Park Lane, Chadwell Heath. Picture: Rev Martin Court

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