Man injured following two-vehicle crash involving ice cream van on the A120 near Dunmow

15:44 14 July 2014

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A man suffered facial injuries in a crash involving a lorry and an ice cream van.

The collision happened on the eastbound carriageway of the A120, near Dunmow, shortly after 1.30pm today (Monday).

A spokesman for Essex Police said: “Police are at the scene of a crash in Dunmow.

“The collision happened when a lorry and an ice cream van struck each other on the eastbound carriageway of the A120 shortly after 1.30pm.

“A male driver of the ice cream van was taken to Broomfield Hospital after sustaining facial injuries. His condition is being assessed by medical staff.”

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