Car crash leaves two women in hospital

Car crash in Goring leaves two women in hospital

Car crash in Goring leaves two women in hospital

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Two women have been sent to hospital after a crash.

The collision involved a silver Peugeot 206 carrying four people colliding with a parked white Mercedes on Alinora Avenue at the junction with Alinora Drive.

Two women had to be cut free of the vehicle, one was taken by land and the other via air ambulance.

The woman taken via air was sent to St George's Hospital in London and while the other went to the Royal Sussex Hospital in Brighton.

Sussex Police are still at the scene and the road is now closed while they investigate.

The incident occured at 5.10pm.

West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene with crews from East Preston and Worthing.

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8:44pm Tue 15 Apr 14

Brighton Living says...

Due care and attention!
Due care and attention! Brighton Living
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12:22am Wed 16 Apr 14

Spooky Sue says...

Unfortunately from what my daughters have heard on social networking sites as one of them is a friend of one of the young girls involved, it seems the driver may have been drink driving. I hope that the sentence is a just one if so, as a few years ago my best friends son was involved in a similar accident whilst a passenger, nearly a year in hospital once he survived brain surgery and a 3 month coma and all the driver got was a fine and lengthy ban. My friends son and his family will never be the same again as he needs a lot of care for the rest of his life.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the people and their families involved for a good recovery, and if that is where one of them is St George's in Tooting is a fantastic hospital and the best place to be at this time.
Unfortunately from what my daughters have heard on social networking sites as one of them is a friend of one of the young girls involved, it seems the driver may have been drink driving. I hope that the sentence is a just one if so, as a few years ago my best friends son was involved in a similar accident whilst a passenger, nearly a year in hospital once he survived brain surgery and a 3 month coma and all the driver got was a fine and lengthy ban. My friends son and his family will never be the same again as he needs a lot of care for the rest of his life. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the people and their families involved for a good recovery, and if that is where one of them is St George's in Tooting is a fantastic hospital and the best place to be at this time. Spooky Sue
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