String of Stevenage smashes put four in hospital
Four people were hospitalised over the weekend after three road accidents in Stevenage.
A 17-year-old pedestrian was taken to Lister with face and leg injuries after a collision with a blue Ford Focus on Six Hills Way between Colestrete and Valley Way at 1pm on Saturday. His injuries were minor, an ambulance spokesman said.
Later that afternoon, shortly before 6pm, a yellow VW Beetle collided with a green Renault Clio outside the Rose and Crown pub in Aston. Paramedics took a 22-year-old man complaining of back pain to Lister.
On Sunday three cars crashed at the junction of Grace Way and Martins Ways shortly before 2.30pm injuring a woman and child.
Two ambulance crews were sent to the scene of the collision between a silver Nissan Micra, a silver Ford Puma and a blue Peugeot 206. Paramedics treated a child with leg and neck injuries and a woman with neck pain at the scene before taking them to Lister.
Police closed Martins Way until 4.20pm while the vehicles were recovered.
A woman was hospital this morning after a two car collision on Rabley Heath Road near Codicote at around 10.30.
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Ambulance spokesman Gary Sanderson said: “The woman who we believe to be in her 20s received slight injuries to her leg. Following treatment at the roadside by paramedics, she was taken to the Lister Hospital for further assessments.”