Four including young girl hospitalised after Stratford crash - The Stratford Observer
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16th Aug, 2022

Four including young girl hospitalised after Stratford crash

FOUR people including a young girl were hospitalised after a crash in Stratford.

Two women, a man and a young girl were taken to University Hospital Coventry after the smash on the A439 Warwick Road at Black Hill around 7pm on Saturday (December 3).

Emergency services including the air ambulance, firefighters and paramedics were on hand to treat the patients and release two people who were trapped.

In one car a 40 year-old woman was suffering from chest pain and a 12 year-old girl had hip pain after the crash. Two others in the vehicle did not require hospital treatment.

In the second car there were two who were more seriously injured. A 46 year-old man who was in the back seat the time of the crash had a nasty cut on his head and leg injuries. A 44 year-old woman who was in the passenger seat and suffered back and chest pain. Both were taken to hospital.

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