Debden Park High School: Several hurt in crash outside school

Cheryl Sanders
December 3, 2019

In an announcement they mentioned they're aiding Essex Police and the East of England Ambulance Service after quite a few individuals have been concerned in a highway site visitors collision.

Earlier this afternoon Essex Police confirmed they are at the scene, on Twitter they said: 'We are now at the scene of a serious collision on Willingale Road, #Loughton.

Nearby residents said armed police with dogs searched the property, although they believed the home was empty.

Essex Police Chief Superintendent Tracey Harman said officers are looking to speak to Terry Glover, 51, over a crash which killed a boy outside Debden Park High School, in Loughton.


A 12- year-old kid has actually been eliminated and also "a number of" others damages after an auto installed the sidewalk and also struck a number of children exterior an Essex university.

Two boys, aged 15, a 13-year-old boy, a girl, 16, and a 53-year-old woman were also hurt in the crash. A murder investigation has been launched after the boy's death was confirmed by police at around 7:15 pm.

Inspector Rob Brettell said the case is likely to be a "prolonged and serious investigation" and has urged witnesses to come forward with any information or dash cam footage.

Essex Police said they were treated at the scene or in hospital, and their injuries were not believed to be life-changing or life-threatening.


Shortly after the incident, Essex Police tweeted: "We are now at the scene of a serious collision on Willingale Road, Loughton".

Call 101 and quote incident 726 of Monday December 2 with information.

"Our thoughts are with the family and all those affected". At least three of the teenagers were thought to be pupils at the school.

The cordon began metres from the entrance to Debden Park High School, near the junction of Jessel Drive.


No lights were on in the property but two armed officers were stationed outside while a marked squad vehicle was parked in the road.

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