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One suspect was described as Asian, and between 25 to 30 years old.

He had a dark beard, and was wearing a baseball cap, a navy blue buttoned top, and dark coloured bottoms. The other suspect was described as white, with short dark hair.

Both men sprayed with the substance were taken to hospital for further care.

Their conditions are not believed to be serious or life-threatening. Kevin Brown, Director of Service Delivery at The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST), said: 'This unprovoked attack on two Good Samaritans who were trying to help at the scene of a road traffic collision is deplorable.'Sadly they were in the wrong place at the wrong time and we wish them a speedy recovery.'The crash caused disruption to drivers, but the lane reopened later that evening following forensic recovery of the vehicles.

Police said medical treatment was received by the two people who were sprayed with the unknown substance, and it is not believed they will suffer from any long term effects.

Two ambulance crews, a rapid response vehicle and response car from Essex and Herts Air Ambulance were dispatched to the scene.

An off-duty police officer and paramedic were sprayed in the face with an unknown corrosive substance after stopping to help at the scene of a major car fire.

The pair joined other 'Good Samaritans' in lending a hand after a stolen car was involved in a serious collision with a lorry at around 7pm on Friday night.

The two suspects then drove away in the victim's car.The vehicle crashed into the a metal barrier at the side of the M11 near Chigwell and Loughton in Essex, before bursting into flames.Just minutes before collision, police had been alerted to the blue VW Golf being stolen from outside a nearby shop.Over 120 years later, we brew our beer with the same ideology using unpasteurized single batches with no artificial preservatives, flavours or colour to provide beer lovers across Ontario with premium, fresh hand crafted brew. Walker’s original buildings known as “Surge Plant 16”.Once an overflow storage facility for the production of Whisky, this repurposed 18,000 square foot facility is now home to the finest beer produced in Essex County using traditional hand crafted methods, and of course, only the finest ingredients.

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