Car accident news
16/12/2009
Women cut out of car miles away from crash scene

A Dorset women involved in a car accident had to be cut out of her car three miles away from the incident after driving away from the car crash scene with a back injury.

Firefighters were called to cut the roof off of her Renault Laguna after her back pain was said to have worsened.

She initially left the scene of the motor accident in Lansdowne Road Bournemouth, but later stopped and phoned the emergency services after her back pain became more severe.

The Bournemouth woman was taken to Poole hospital where her injury was described as serious but not life threatening.

The initial collision was with a Hyundai Accent, driven by a Poole man. It has not been reported whether the woman is likely to make a car accident compensation claim for her injuries.

 

 

 
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