Airlift accident victim 'stable'

By | 06/10/2009 0 comments

Airlift accident victim 'stable'

A 79-year-old woman who was air-lifted to hospital after a collision involving a car is in a "stable" condition.
Police closed Bawtry Road, Wickersley, at around 9.50am yesterday after the elderly pedestrian was struck by a car as it reversed out of a parking space near to the Lawrence Brothers DIY store.
A police spokesman confirmed that she had been detained at Rotherham General Hospital with a suspected broken femur , but was in a "stable" condition.
The driver of the silver Peugeot 207 that was involved in the collision, a 66-year-old man from Sunnyside, was uninjured.


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