Fire crews free woman from car which collided with lorry

Woman cut from car in Bexleyheath crash

Woman cut from car in Bexleyheath crash

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London fire crews cut a 67-year-old woman from her car after it collided with a lorry in Bexleyheath yesterday.

Police were called at around 11.45am on April 14 to reports of a collision, in Erith Road.

A spokesman for the Met said: "London Fire Brigade attended the scene and cut the roof off the car."

London Ambulance Service were called to the scene and took the woman to a south London hospital.

A spokesman for the London Ambulance Service said: "We sent one ambulance crew and treated a 67-year-old woman at the scene.

"She was taken as a priority to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich.

"She was conscious and breathing but there were no signs of obviously injuries."

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10:02am Wed 16 Apr 14

Bestbaz says...

From what I saw the lorry drove into the rear of the car
From what I saw the lorry drove into the rear of the car Bestbaz
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