Car left on its roof after third Holloway collision in a week
PUBLISHED: 11:38 14 October 2014 | UPDATED: 16:24 15 October 2014
A car was left on its roof after a multi-car collision yesterday - the third in Holloway in just a few days.
The vehicle collided with a parked car, skidded and flipped upside down, colliding with four other cars in the process, at about 2pm on Hornsey Road near the junction of Arthur Road.
The 45-year-old male driver was treated at the scene for injuries caused by his seatbelt - no one else was injured and no arrestes were made.
Road closures were in place until about 4pm.
On Tuesday last week, a teenager was rushed to hospital after a “horrific” collision with a Royal Mail van nearby Seven Sisters Road.
Then the following day, just feet away on the same road, a motorcyclist was rushed to hospital with chest injuries after a collision with a lorry.
Cllr Caroline Russell, Islington Council’s opposition Green Party member, said: “I am glad that no passers by or other road users were harmed in this case, but the frequency of these serious collisions indicates a need to enforce 20 mph speed limits on borough roads and for Transport for London to reduce limits on their roads to 20mph too.
“This would tame the traffic and make our streets safer and more people-friendly.”
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