Parts of Hall Lane and Spenser Crescent in Upminster were cordoned off by police earlier today following a serious collision.
A police spokesperson for the Met told the Havering Daily:
“A stolen van is believed to have been involved in the collision and one man is in a serious condition in hospital.
“Police are dealing with an injury collision in Upminster.
“Officers were called at 11:15hrs on Monday, 25 October to reports of the theft of a van in Hall Lane, Upminster.
“As officers attended the van was in collision with other vehicles.
“Two men, who were both believed to be in the van have been taken to hospital; one is believed to be in a serious condition.There are no reports of any other injuries.
“Road closures are in place.
Officer to the Met’s Road and Transport Policing Command have been informed.
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