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Sturry Hill near Broad Oak, Canterbury, closed after a car crashes into tree, injuring a pensioner

24 March 2014
by Gerry Warren

The scene of the crash at the top of Sturry Hill

The scene of the crash at the top of Sturry Hill

A 72-year-woman was taken to hospital on Sunday afternoon after the car she was travelling in crashed into a tree.

The accident happened at the top of Sturry Hill near the junction with Sweethgate shortly after 3pm.

Police closed the road while paramedics treated the pensioner who suffered neck and chest pain and was taken to the William Harvey Hospital at Ashford. Her injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.

The driver of the Seat Ibiza was not thought to be hurt.



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