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Teenager collapses after Ford Fiesta crashes into Pean Hill house

The wreckage of a Ford Fiesta which crashed in Pean Hill, near Blean
The wreckage of a Ford Fiesta which crashed in Pean Hill, near Blean

The wreckage of a Ford Fiesta which crashed in Pean Hill, near Blean. Picture: Joe Walker.

A teenage girl collapsed unconscious after a car smashed into a garden wall.

The 15-year-old was rushed to hospital with abdominal pain after the crash in Pean Hill, Blean, at 1.45am on Wednesday, November 17.

She is believed to have clambered out of the Ford Fiesta before losing consciousness and collapsing to the floor, but her injuries were described as “not life-threatening”.

Four other teenagers in the car escaped unhurt.

The driver, a teenage girl from Aylesford, told police she had been blinded by the full-beam headlights of an oncoming car as she travelled to Canterbury.

She claimed it had caused her to swerve across the road and into the wall.

Firefighters were called to the scene to clear up a petrol spill and the car was later recovered.

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