Car accident news
23/07/2008

M4 car accident traps teen in central reservation

A car accident near Bristol has resulted in one teenaged driver needing to be cut from the vehicle, but no serious personal injury was reported.

The car crash occurred early on Sunday morning, on the M4 between Tomarten and the Bristol turn-off. Two vehicles collided, with one ending up on the hard shoulder and the other in the central reservation.

Emergency services were called, and passenger in the latter car was rescued from the vehicle when the roof was removed. Both occupants of this car were taken to hospital in fear of personal injury, including whiplash, but were released promptly.

No information is forthcoming about either driver's intention of using a personal injury solicitor to launch a compensation claim as a result of this car accident.

 

 

 
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