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Firefighters in Canterbury cut driver free from car crash in Kingsmead

26 June 2014
by Gerry Warren

Firefighters used cutting equipment to free an injured woman from a car that crashed into a post beside a roundabout in Canterbury last night.

It happened at the junction of Kingsmead Road and St Stephen's Road at about 8pm.

Firefighters cut the roof off her Ford Focus so she could be treated by paramedics and safely removed from the vehicle on a spinal long board.

The scene of a crash beside the Kingsmead roundabout in Canterbury

The scene of a crash beside the Kingsmead roundabout in Canterbury

The victim, who is believed to be in her 50s, was then taken to hospital by land ambulance.

The severity of her injuries is not known.

 

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