Woman may seek payout following London crash

A woman may be eligible for a road accident payout after she was involved in a car crash between two vehicles at Newbury Park tube station in London.

The woman had been travelling as a passenger in a Volkswagen Golf when it collided with a Volkswagen Bora V5. It has been reported that the Golf had been trying to pull out of the underground station.

It took fire crews around twenty minutes to free the passenger from the car and she was taken to hospital with leg injuries, although they are not thought to be serious.

A member of the fire crew stated that the passenger side of the car had been "crunched in" and had to be entirely cut away to rescue the woman.

The driver of the vehicle was not injured and the occupants of the other car also did not sustain any injuries.

It has not yet been reported whether the woman is planning on pursuing a road accident payout for her injuries.



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