Woman, 18, taken to Frenchay hospital after colliding with a wall on the Whiteway, Cirencester

Woman taken to hospital with serious injuries after her car collided with a wall in Cirencester

Woman taken to hospital with serious injuries after her car collided with a wall in Cirencester

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A WOMAN had to be cut free from her car after it collided with a wall early this morning (Thursday).

The woman, 18, from Berkshire was driving along the Whiteway in Cirencester at ariound 6.30am on Thursday, February 27 when she crashed into a wall, causing the car to end up on its roof.

She had to be cut free from her car by firefighters, a blue Nissan Micra, before being taken to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol with a serious back injury.

Her injuries are not life-threatening.

No other vehicles or people were involved but police have asked anyone who saw anything to call 101 quoting incident number 57 of 27/2.

 

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