Two men and a teenager taken to hospital after crash at Stevenage junction involving van and car

PUBLISHED: 17:04 09 February 2017 | UPDATED: 17:04 09 February 2017

Police and ambulance crews at the scene of a crash at the junction of Colestrete and Six Hills Way in Stevenage. Picture: Roger Acraman.

Police and ambulance crews at the scene of a crash at the junction of Colestrete and Six Hills Way in Stevenage. Picture: Roger Acraman.

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Three people were taken to hospital this afternoon after a crash in Stevenage involving a van and a car.

Police and ambulance crews were called to the junction of Colestrete and Six Hills Way at about 2.25pm, following reports of a collision between a Citroen Relay van and a Volkswagen Polo.

A woman in her late teens was treated for abdominal pains, while two men – both in their early 20s – were also injured.

One was suffering from back and neck pain, while the other had a suspected fractured wrist and collarbone.

All three were taken to Lister Hospital in Stevenage for further care.

Traffic was backing up around the area as a result of the crash, with some motorists seen performing three-point turns in Homestead Moat to avoid the queues.

Police left the scene at 3.55pm.

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