Two hospitalised in three-car Newham crash

One of the cars involved in the Newham crash appears to have been used by a driving instructor Pictu

One of the cars involved in the Newham crash appears to have been used by a driving instructor Picture: @LAS_Newham - Credit: Archant

Paramedics attended a three-car crash in Gallions Reach this afternoon that appears to have involved a driving instructor’s vehicle.

Newham’s London Ambulance Service (LAS) team was called to Royal Docks Road at about 4pm today.

Two people were treated at the scene and then taken to hospital to be treated for minor injuries after two cars collided with another turning off Royal Docks Road into Gallions Reach Shopping Park.

Pictures taken at the scene by LAS paramedics appear to show one of the cars involved is also used to give driving lessons.

A spokesman for LAS said the injuries were not life threatening and nobody else was injured in the crash.


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