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A34 now reopened after woman hospitalised in East Ilsley crash

William Walker

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A woman is in hospital after a car hit a tree on the A34 near East Ilsley which closed the road northbound. 

All lanes have since been re-opened after the accident involving a Blue Fiat which happened this afternoon (Thursday).

Thames Valley Police spokesperson Hannah Williams said that police were called to the incident shortly after quarter past two to reports of a single vehicle collision between a car and a tree outside the carriageway.

The Fiat was recovered around 4pm and the woman transported to hospital in what is believed to be a non life-threatening condition.

Catherine Morrow of South Central Ambulance Service confirmed that they were called to a road traffic collision involving one car at 14.14pm.

She said that one ambulance crew, one ambulance officer and an air ambulance all attended the scene and that the woman was taken by road to the John Radcliffe Hospital with suspected back injuries.

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  • Johnny Gaunt

    24/04/2015 - 12:12

    This road again!

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