Teens hospitalised after car flip outside Nobel School, Stevenage
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FOUR teenagers hospitalised after a crash outside a school this evening (Sunday) were “very lucky” not to be more seriously injured.
Ambulance crews were called to The Nobel School, in Mobbsbury Way, Stevenage, after reports that a car flipped onto its roof and collided with a tree in the school grounds.
The teenagers – three men and a woman, all aged 18 – were taken to Lister Hospital by paramedics after several 999 calls from members of the public, just before 7pm.
Ambulance spokesman Gary Sanderson, who was at the scene, said all four suffered minor injuries.
He added: “Three males and a woman, all 18-years-old, were very lucky to escape with non-life threatening injuries.
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“The car left the roadway and overturned colliding with a tree in the school grounds. Police officers assisted the paramedics at the scene to treat and immobilise the patients before they were all taken to hospital for further care.”
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