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Girl, 18, cut free from overturned car in Plympton

By Jon_Bayley  |  Posted: April 18, 2012

Derriford Hospital

Comments (0) A girl has been taken to hospital after a car ended up on its roof in Plympton, near Plymouth.Police and fire crews were called to crash at 2:45am today on Woodford Avenue in Woodford.Two fire crews, one from Plympton and one from Crownhill, arrived to find an 18-year-old female trapped in a Nissan Micra which had come to rest on its roof.Fire crews used hydraulic rescue cutting equipment and small tools to release the girl. A man was also in the car but was not trapped.The crews administered first aid and left the teenager in the care of paramedics before she was taken to Derriford Hospital.Police say the crash left a white Toyota Yaris and a black Ford Fiesta damaged.The teenager's injuries are not thought to be serious.

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  • nissan24  |  April 24 2012, 3:29PM

    i am the girl who crashed . i am ok i was discharged from the hospital the day after . everyone crash's so you cant just blame woman and young drivers it happens , this is mainly wrong i was the only person in the car , the first policemen that turned up to the scene smashed my passenger window and sat in the car with me till the other police and fire engines turned up to the scene , i was driving home in the rain was doin the speed limit but should have been goin a little bit slower because of the weather conditions . i miss judged the corner and hit the first car which flipped me into a further two cars i was the only one involved . dont believe everything you read in the newspapers as this was not released by myself or the police ... thankyou to all the people who are glad im ok .. and to the person who rit i was on valium and ****ed what a mate u are not really to funny saying that about one of ur friends on a public news site which everyone can read

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  • norlidaud  |  April 24 2012, 2:41AM

    Has Plympton devolved from Plymouth ? I remember when it was integrated and having lived there for many years I always believed that I lived in Plymouth. I even had a Plymouth post code. To whom will the residents pay their council tax now ? I hope the young lady has recovered.

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  • jabbathebutt  |  April 19 2012, 10:51PM

    Women drivers again .

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  • barneybey  |  April 19 2012, 10:34PM

    haha only joking she is probaly just blonde haha or a typical 18 yr old bad driver

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  • barneybey  |  April 19 2012, 11:23AM

    she shouldnt have been drink driving and doin vallium the dinny ****

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  • MonkeyMagic  |  April 18 2012, 7:11PM

    It's good they are both OK. Maybe now they will learn to watch the road - too many die down here in wet weather. Just go a bit slower and concentrate.

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  • Peter20113  |  April 18 2012, 12:27PM

    No wonder young drivers insurance is so high

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  • josdave  |  April 18 2012, 12:12PM

    Car ends up on it's roof at 2.45 am with no other vehicle involved. Clearly a case of severe driver error but good that both of them survived.

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