A woman in her 20's was treated as the scene for chest pain following a collision during today's morning rush hour

Whipps Cross Road in Leytonstone is blocked northbound following a rush-hour collision

Whipps Cross Road in Leytonstone is blocked northbound following a rush-hour collision

First published in News East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Waltham Forest

A road accessed by thousands of commuters is partially blocked this morning following an earlier collision. 

The A114 Whipps Cross Road in Leytonstone is blocked northbound following an accident between two cars at the Green Man Roundabout. 

Ambulance services were called to the roundabout at 7:50am and treated a female driver, in her 20s, at the scene for chest pain. 

Her injuries are described as minor and she did not require hospital treatment. Traffic is slow approaching the roundabout from the A12, Leytonstone High Road, and Hollybush Hill. 

 

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12:32pm Wed 23 Apr 14

HottRedMan says...

That picture is not Whipps Cross Road, but the A12 (M11 Link Road) - library shot????
That picture is not Whipps Cross Road, but the A12 (M11 Link Road) - library shot???? HottRedMan
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4:54pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Thunderbird4 says...

They can't be bothered to find the right picture. Like putting a police car photo when someone has been done for speeding. I wouldn't worry about it; you'll just waste your time. They won't change because they don't care about doing a good job, they won't get sacked.
They can't be bothered to find the right picture. Like putting a police car photo when someone has been done for speeding. I wouldn't worry about it; you'll just waste your time. They won't change because they don't care about doing a good job, they won't get sacked. Thunderbird4
  • Score: 2

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