Compensation news
03/03/2011

Road traffic accident at a Wallington junction

A mother and her child have suffered personal injuries in a road traffic accident in Wallington, near Croydon in London.

Reportedly, the woman's car was in collision with another vehicle at the Butter Hill junction and was turned onto its side due to the force of the impact.

Concerned witnesses of the incident took matters into their own hands and pushed the car back down into a normal position so that they could free the driver and young passenger inside.

The police were called to the scene and the London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade also attended the car crash, but according to reports neither the lady nor her child were seriously injured.

The road was closed while police investigated the incident site and the car was moved out of the way so that traffic could eventually be allowed to pass again.

Little information on the condition of the other road user involved or who is liable for the road traffic accident has been released. Depending on the cause of the crash, individuals who were injured may choose to make a personal injury compensation claim if another party is found to be at fault.

 

 

 
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