Three injured in Potters Bar car boot sale collision

PUBLISHED: 18:07 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 19:57 21 April 2013

The ambulance service tending to the wounded women. Photo by the ambulance service

The ambulance service tending to the wounded women. Photo by the ambulance service

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THREE women were injured at a car boot sale after a vehicle collided with them today (Saturday).

The air ambulance at the scene in Potters Bar. Photo by the ambulance serviceThe air ambulance at the scene in Potters Bar. Photo by the ambulance service

An air ambulance was called to Elm Court Community Centre, Potters Bar, at around 1.48pm.

They were joined by three ambulances, a critical care paramedic, and a duty officer at the Mutton Lane site.

Ambulance service spokesman Gary Sanderson, who attended the collision, said: “Thankfully the three women involved were slightly injured and two of which were taken to Barnet General Hospital for further care.

“The third woman involved was checked over by our critical care paramedic and she did not require to travel to hospital.”


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