Woman injured in North Cheam rear-end shunt
A driver had to be treated for suspected spinal injuries after her car was hit from behind in a crash on Tuesday evening.
Firefighters had to cut the woman from her car and put her on a spinal board after the collision at the junction of Stonecot Hill and Garth Road in North Cheam at 9.45pm.
The woman's Suzuki Swift had been hit from behind by another car. She was taken to hospital for treatment but her injuries are not believed to be life-changing.
Police are aware of the incident.
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