Towie’s Amy Childs flips car in South Woodford

Amy Childs emerges from her vehicle, phone in hand, after Wednesday evening's accident. Photo: Twitt

Amy Childs emerges from her vehicle, phone in hand, after Wednesday evening's accident. Photo: Twitter/@Lipman09 - Credit: Archant

Former The Only Way Is Essex star Amy Childs said she was lucky to be alive after flipping her white Range Rover Autograph Sport last night.

Amy Childs was unhurt after flipping her car in South Woodford on Wednesday night

Amy Childs was unhurt after flipping her car in South Woodford on Wednesday night - Credit: Suzan/EMPICS Entertainment

Childs rolled her vehicle at around 10pm in Woodford New Road in South Woodford, near the Napier Arms Pub.

The 24-year-old was treated by paramedics next to her car, which has a personalised registration plate reading “we11 jel”.

She tweeted: “I am so lucky to be alive thank you to everyone for your lovely messages, god was definitely watching down on me.”

A London Ambulance Service (LAS) spokesman confirmed the star did not need to go to hospital despite the accident.

Amy Childs' overturned Range Rover which is believed to have cost £140,000 with the added cost of th

Amy Childs' overturned Range Rover which is believed to have cost £140,000 with the added cost of the personalised number plate. Photo: @jorge68pinto - Credit: Archant


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He said: “We were called just after 10pm to reports of a road traffic collision involving a car and a lamp post in Woodford New Road.

“We sent a paramedic duty manager to the scene.”

Amy Childs' car is believed to have hit a lamp post, a LAS spokesman has said. Photo: Talhah Ali (@t

Amy Childs' car is believed to have hit a lamp post, a LAS spokesman has said. Photo: Talhah Ali (@taazali) - Credit: Archant

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