A stolen van caused a collision on Collier Row Road yesterday, hitting a car that then collided with a bus.
The incident occurred at 8am yesterday morning as parents bought their children to school. Two males are believed to have stolen a van, that was later involved in the collision on Collier Row Road.
A Met Police spokesperson told the Havering Daily:
“Police were called at 08:00hrs on Wednesday, 13 October to a report of a collision between a car, a van and a bus on Collier Row Road, Havering.
“The driver of one of the vehicles was taken to hospital where their injuries were assessed as not life changing or threatening.
“While on scene, officers spoke to two men who said they had been in their van when the front doors were opened by two males who threatened them and told them to get out. They did so and the suspects drove away towards Collier Row Road.
“This vehicle was later involved in the collision. No occupants were inside.”
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