Whiplash news
02/07/2009
Road traffic accident on M6 leaves six injured

Several people had to be taken to hospital suffering from injuries, including whiplash, following a car accident on the M6 on Sunday.

It is reported that the incident took place between junctions 13 and 14 and involved a collision on the northbound carriageway between a van and a people carrier.

Both sides of the motorway had to be temporarily closed in order to make room for an air ambulance to land, which delivered a woman in her 50s to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire hospital, where she was treated for a neck injury.

The remaining five injured parties, including those with whiplash, were taken to Stafford Hospital for prompt treatment. One was a 40-year-old man with a suspected spinal injury, another a nine-year-old girl with abdominal pain, while the three with whiplash were two young women and a young man.

It is not known whether any of the injured will be making no win, no fee claims for injuries sustained in the road traffic accident.

 

 

 
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