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Update: Three Mile Hill reopens London-bound after serious accident in Chelmsford

PUBLISHED: 13:18 06 July 2014 | UPDATED: 15:37 06 July 2014

The road was closed after the crash

The road was closed after the crash

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Three Mile Hill, between the Widford roundabout and the A12, was closed after a collision between a pedestrian and a car.

A woman in her 50s has been taken to Queens Hospital, Romford, with serious head injuries after she collided with a blue Volkswagen Polo.

The incident happened at 11.25am with the road closing until around 3.15pm.

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