Five hospitalised after East Ham pile-up
Five people were taken to hospital after a three-car pile-up in East Ham last night.
The vehicles were in collision at the junction of Napier Road and Barking Road at around 9.30pm.
A man and a woman, both believed to be in their mid-30s, had to be cut free from their Toyota Yaris by firefighters.
Three other people, who had been travelling in a Ford Focus and a Vauxhall Vectra, were also hurt.
All were taken to hospital by ambulance suffering from suspected neck and spinal injuries.
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Barking Road was closed for a short time, with a contraflow system then put in place and buses were diverted until the scene was cleared at around 11pm.
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