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Five people taken to hospital following Seven Kings crash

Friday, January 10, 2014
8:14 AM

Five people were taken to hospital with minor injuries last night following a car crash outside the McDonald’s in Seven Kings.

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Just after midnight on January 10, a Mercedes and Vauxhall collided on Seven Kings High Road, trapping two people inside their vehicle.

Fire crews from Hainault, Dagenham and East Ham attended the scene and used cutting equipment to free two people from their car. They both received back and neck injuries and were taken to hospital along with the three passengers from the other car.

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