Car crash news
07/10/2011

Pillion passenger left injured in road traffic accident

A woman has been left with serious personal injuries after being involved in a road traffic accident in Coventry.

The 54-year-old woman had been traveling as a pillion passenger on a motorcycle when the accident took place. Whilst driving along the Kenpas Highway the motorcycle collided with a Renault car.

The woman was knocked unconscious as a result of the car accident and has been left with serious head injuries as well as a fracture to her lower leg. Although the damage was not life threatening, the woman was taken to University Hospital in Walsgrave for medical treatment.

The rider of the motorcycle, a 54-year-old man, was also taken to hospital for further treatment after sustaining injuries to his face and a fractured leg in the accident. The 46-year-old driver of the Renault was left uninjured.

Following the accident, police are still appealing for witnesses who were in the area to come forward.

It has not been reported whether the personal injury victims will be pursuing a compensation claim as a result of the road traffic accident.


 

 

 
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