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    March 18

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Visitor injured in accident

CARLOS ATWELL, carlosatwell@nationnews.com

Added 03 May 2015

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One of the vehicles struck the wall of a nearby house. (Pictures by Carlos Atwell)

EMERGENCY SERVICES are on the scene of a two vehicle accident at the junction of Syndicate Lane and Bath Village, Christ Church, near Dover playing field.  

Both vehicles are taxis, one of which was carrying a number of tourists. A male tourist was seen with a towel held to his head.

The impact caused one of the vehicles to strike a wall of a nearby house, destroying a gate. The resident, who requested anonymity, heard when it occurred.

“I was inside when I heard two crashes. I came straight outside and ask if anyone injured and I saw a man with he head buss open so I call the ambulance,” she said. (CA)

An injured passenger (sitting) waiting for treatment at the scene of the accident. who were travelling in the taxi which struck the wall. 

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