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Fire crews cut women driver free in crash at Westgate-on-Sea at junction of Minster Road and Shottendane Road

16 July 2014
by Rachael Woods

 

 

Firefighters were at the scene

Firefighters were at the scene

Fire crews used hydraulic cutting equipment to release a women driver who was trapped in her vehicle following a crash.

The collision, involving two cars, happened today at the junction of Minster Road and Shottendane Road in Westgate-on-Sea.

A second women was helped from her car by paramedics and both females, aged in their 50s, were taken to the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford.

One patient had suffered a hand injury, while the other had back pains.

Police also attended the crash and were called to the scene at 8.20am.

 

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