Woman crashes into a Darenth house

PUBLISHED: 15:43 31 October 2013 | UPDATED: 09:59 01 November 2013

A woman crashed her car into a house in Darenth

A woman crashed her car into a house in Darenth


A 23-year-old woman who crashed into a house in Darenth had to be cut from her car on Thursday afternoon.

Firefighters worked with a structural engineer to stabilise the property, before cutting the woman free.

Two South-east Ambulance crews then treated her for back injuries before taking her to Medway Hospital.

All occupants of the surrounding properties, including the house which the car crashed into, were unharmed.


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