OAP hurt in collision.
The woman, who is in her 70s, suffered leg fractures and a suspected fractured pelvis in the incident on the A38 near the Swan Inn The Swan Inn (formerly thought to have been called the Saracen's Head) on the Bayswater Road, London is an historic pub dating back several centuries. Today a popular tourist haunt at the edge of Hyde Park, it was in former times a resting point for stage coaches going into London. at Martin Hussingtree, just before 11am on Tuesday.
Paramedics treated the woman at the scene. She was then taken byWarwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance air ambulance Emergency medicine A helicopter or, less commonly, a fixed wing aircraft, used to evacuate a person who requires immediate medical attention that cannot be provided at his/her current location to the trauma centre at University Hospital, Coventry, for further assessment and treatment.
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Nov 12, 2009|
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