Road closed after two-vehicle smash

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A ROAD has been closed following a two-vehicle crash.

The crash happened at around 2.30pm today on Clay Hill Road, Basildon.

Police closed the road between the junctions of Swallow Dale and Sparrows Herne.

Firefighters spent an hour cutting the female driver out of her red Nissan Micra following the incident.

She has been taken to Basildon Hospital with serious injuries.

The driver of a white van was also taken to hospital as a precaution.

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3:05pm Mon 15 Oct 12

AnotherSister says...

BasilSdon?
BasilSdon? AnotherSister
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4:32pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Basildon.lad.21 says...

Its that stupid give way thing that has probably caused the crash. You have to come onto the other side of the road, and if a driver is coming up pretty quick on the otherside, then bang, you have got yourself a nasty little head on. It was safer as it was before.
Its that stupid give way thing that has probably caused the crash. You have to come onto the other side of the road, and if a driver is coming up pretty quick on the otherside, then bang, you have got yourself a nasty little head on. It was safer as it was before. Basildon.lad.21
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4:44pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Basildon.lad.21 says...

Basildon.lad.21 wrote:
Its that stupid give way thing that has probably caused the crash. You have to come onto the other side of the road, and if a driver is coming up pretty quick on the otherside, then bang, you have got yourself a nasty little head on. It was safer as it was before.
I got that wrong. Im thinking of Sparrows Hearne! Silly me
[quote][p][bold]Basildon.lad.21[/bold] wrote: Its that stupid give way thing that has probably caused the crash. You have to come onto the other side of the road, and if a driver is coming up pretty quick on the otherside, then bang, you have got yourself a nasty little head on. It was safer as it was before.[/p][/quote]I got that wrong. Im thinking of Sparrows Hearne! Silly me Basildon.lad.21
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8:06pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Audioman says...

Oh no yet another crash in Basildon,must be getting like a battle field.
Oh no yet another crash in Basildon,must be getting like a battle field. Audioman
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10:30pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Basildon.lad.21 says...

Audioman wrote:
Oh no yet another crash in Basildon,must be getting like a battle field.
I think you find Southend has had the most lately.
[quote][p][bold]Audioman[/bold] wrote: Oh no yet another crash in Basildon,must be getting like a battle field.[/p][/quote]I think you find Southend has had the most lately. Basildon.lad.21
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11:32am Tue 16 Oct 12

MrX says...

Speaking to eye witnesses, the white van was speeding and tried to overtake a car and hit the woman head on coming in other direction. Typically, he is okay and the woman is in hospital.
Speaking to eye witnesses, the white van was speeding and tried to overtake a car and hit the woman head on coming in other direction. Typically, he is okay and the woman is in hospital. MrX
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2:19pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Eric Whim says...

MrX wrote:
Speaking to eye witnesses, the white van was speeding and tried to overtake a car and hit the woman head on coming in other direction. Typically, he is okay and the woman is in hospital.
lets hope she recovers from her injuries soon and the van driver, if found to be at fault, loses his licence
[quote][p][bold]MrX[/bold] wrote: Speaking to eye witnesses, the white van was speeding and tried to overtake a car and hit the woman head on coming in other direction. Typically, he is okay and the woman is in hospital.[/p][/quote]lets hope she recovers from her injuries soon and the van driver, if found to be at fault, loses his licence Eric Whim
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