Teen hospitalised after crash in Noak Hill Road between Basildon and Billericay

Southend Standard: Teen hospitalised after crash Teen hospitalised after crash

A TEENAGER has been hospitalised after a crash this morning.

The female, in her late teens, sustained back injuries in the crash on Noak Hill Road, Noak Bridge, which happened just before 8.45am this morning.

Fire crews from Basildon and Billericay helped paramedics to release the woman, who was trapped by her injuries. She did not have to be cut free from the car, but needed help to be removed from the vehicle. She was released by 9.30am.

A second person sustained back and shoulder injuries.

An ambulance and paramedic officer were at the scene and took the pair to Basildon Hospital for treatment.

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11:28am Fri 11 Apr 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

They need to think about speed restricted cars, being introduced, increasing the age of the driving test, of introducing an electric buggy, type of vehicle.
Something needs to be done, to stem the flow of accident, involving the under 25's.
They need to think about speed restricted cars, being introduced, increasing the age of the driving test, of introducing an electric buggy, type of vehicle. Something needs to be done, to stem the flow of accident, involving the under 25's. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
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12:58pm Fri 11 Apr 14

pembury53 says...

carnmountyouknowitma
kessense
wrote:
They need to think about speed restricted cars, being introduced, increasing the age of the driving test, of introducing an electric buggy, type of vehicle. Something needs to be done, to stem the flow of accident, involving the under 25's.
agreed, why not.... similar restrictions apply to motor cycles, for the inexperienced rider.... starting on a meekly tuned 500cc vehicle, might curb the racer mentallity, not to mention, lighten the load on daddies wallet, when insuring....
[quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: They need to think about speed restricted cars, being introduced, increasing the age of the driving test, of introducing an electric buggy, type of vehicle. Something needs to be done, to stem the flow of accident, involving the under 25's.[/p][/quote]agreed, why not.... similar restrictions apply to motor cycles, for the inexperienced rider.... starting on a meekly tuned 500cc vehicle, might curb the racer mentallity, not to mention, lighten the load on daddies wallet, when insuring.... pembury53
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3:59pm Fri 11 Apr 14

Dgt Wheels and tyres says...

We think you'll find the issue is with the junction at the crash site given the numerous accidents every week.
We think you'll find the issue is with the junction at the crash site given the numerous accidents every week. Dgt Wheels and tyres
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10:31pm Fri 11 Apr 14

mrs gooner says...

DONT judge until you know the facts!!! As it happens "southend gangsta 4 Lyf " breath test was negative
DONT judge until you know the facts!!! As it happens "southend gangsta 4 Lyf " breath test was negative mrs gooner
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10:38pm Sat 12 Apr 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

carnmountyouknowitma
kessense
wrote:
They need to think about speed restricted cars, being introduced, increasing the age of the driving test, of introducing an electric buggy, type of vehicle.
Something needs to be done, to stem the flow of accident, involving the under 25's.
Dont just down arrow, try adding a comment, if you have a brain, if not F##k Off...
[quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: They need to think about speed restricted cars, being introduced, increasing the age of the driving test, of introducing an electric buggy, type of vehicle. Something needs to be done, to stem the flow of accident, involving the under 25's.[/p][/quote]Dont just down arrow, try adding a comment, if you have a brain, if not F##k Off... carnmountyouknowitmakessense
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