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M25 car accident kills girls
M25 had to be closed, due to the horrific accident involving two young sisters being thrown from a car and killed.
The girls, thought to be aged six and 10, were hurled up to 20 feet from the car as it overturned at high speed and spun onto the embankment. A man in his mid-to-late-twenties who was in the back seat was also killed. He had to be cut from the wreckage.
The driver is being treated in hospital after the accident which happened on the clockwise section of the orbital motorway, between Potters Bar and Enfield, at about 3am.
Traffic police closed a nine-mile stretch of the clockwise carriageway of the M25 between junctions 23 and 25 in Hertfordshire.
They said the section was likely to be closed until at least mid-morning while investigations into the cause of the accident continued.
An ambulance service spokesman said: "The girls died instantly. It was a terrible sight. The car was completely wrecked. The driver was in complete shock. At this stage, it is unclear what caused the car to crash, but no other vehicle was involved."
After overturning, the car spun off the carriageway and up an embankment. It rolled over several times before coming to rest 20 feet up the embankment on the hard shoulder.
Roadside workers raised the alarm and helped police and fire officers in the rescue effort.
The ambulance spokesman for Bedfordshire ambulance service praised five workmen who raised the alarm and helped in the rescue effort.
"They had been on duty on major road works nearby and were there when the ambulance arrived," he said. "They were absolutely excellent.."