Lorry hits house near Redbridge Roundabout - woman treated by ambulance

14:02 10 July 2012

The tipper truck ran over the central reservation and crashed into the house

The tipper truck ran over the central reservation and crashed into the house

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A lorry has hit a house in Gants Hill after colliding with a car on the A12.

The incident in Eastern Avenue, between Beehive Lane and the Redbridge Roundabout, resulted in the road being closed in both directions shortly after noon.

A London Ambulance Service spokesman said a crew treated a woman in her 30s who was complaining of back pain.

The lady was taken to Queen’s Hospital in Romford.

A London Fire Brigade spokesman said they have finished dealing with the accident.

More details to follow.

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