Car crash claim news
23/07/2010

Car accident in South Yorkshire

A car crash claim may be made after a teenager driving with two passengers, crashed her Vauxhall Tigra in South Yorkshire.

The crash occurred just after 7pm in Green Arbour Road. The Tigra left the road and spun 180 degrees before rolling down a bank.

The 19-year-old female driver and a woman sitting in the front seat of the car sustained serious injuries in the car crash. The 18-year-old sitting in the back seat of the car suffered only minor injuries.

Police said the car left the road 20 metres north of the junction of Hawk Hill Lane after travelling round a right-hand bend.

South Yorkshire's Traffic Collision Investigation Unit is appealing for witnesses to the incident to help them further their enquiries.

It has not been reported at this stage whether any car crash claims have been made against the driver for the car accident.

 

 

 
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