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Two taken to hospital after crash in Tottenham

18:17 16 April 2012

A 25-tonne lorry was involved in the smash.

A 25-tonne lorry was involved in the smash.

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Two men have been taken to hospital after a four vehicle accident closed a Tottenham road for almost two hours.

Three cars and a 25-tonne lorry collided on Watermead Way, near the junction with Garman Road, at about midday today.

The emergency services - including police, fire and ambulances - all attended the scene.

An 18-year-old suffering neck pains and a 37-year-old man were both stabilised at the scene before being taken to the North Middlesex Hospital.

The road was closed until about 2pm.

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