Emergency services called to three crashes in Stevenage
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Police and ambulance services have attended a series of crashes today (Sunday).
The East of England ambulance service was called to the A1(M) junction 6 -7 this morning after reports of a two vehicle crash.
One lane on the northbound carriageway was closed while the incident was dealt with.
Motorists were warned of delays and asked to avoid the area.
Emergency services were also called to Fairlands Way in Stevenage after a car collided with a road sign outside the TKMAX store.
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The crash happened around 3.20pm and one lane had to be closed.
The third crash happened at around 3pm on Pankhurst Crescent, Stevenage, when a car collided with a wall.
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Gary Sanderson, East of East of England ambulance officer, who attended all three crashes, tweeted that there had been no serious injuries.