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Two people have been taken to hospital after a car collided with two other vehicles in Beaver Lane, Ashford this afternoon

11 December 2013
by Samantha Williams

A teenage boy and a woman have both been taken to hospital this afternoon following a smash involving three cars in Ashford.

The ambulance service attended the scene

South East Coast Ambulance Service is at the scene

Emergency services were called to Beaver Lane at 1.15pm today to a report that a car had collided with two other vehicles, one of which was parked.

Two people were hurt in the incident- a 14-year-old boy and a woman believed to be 60-years-old- and both were taken to the William Harvey Hospital.

South east coast ambulance spokesman Rich Airey said: "We were called to Beaver Lane at 1.15pm to a report of a RTC involving two cars and potentially two patients.

"We sent two ambulances for a woman, aged approximately 60, complaining of a neck injury and a 14-year-old boy who had a potential wrist injury.

"Both were assessed and treated at the scene before being taken to the William Harvery Hospital."



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