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Brentwood girl, 15-months-old, died from head injuries after serious collision on A128

11:33 25 June 2013

A girl was taken to Basildon Hospital by the East of England Ambulance Service after a serious collision on the A128, but died last night (Monday).

A girl was taken to Basildon Hospital by the East of England Ambulance Service after a serious collision on the A128, but died last night (Monday).

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A 15-month old girl died after a collision on the A128 near Herongate last night.

The collision was between two cars just before 4.50pm in Brentwood Road.

The girl, from the Brentwood area, was secured in a child seat, but suffered serious head injuries.

Paramedics from the East of England Ambulance Serivce took her to Basildon Hospital, but she later died.

She had been in a Renault Clio, which was in a collision with a BMW. The drivers of the cars were not injured.

Officers closed the road after the incident and reopened it after 10pm.

Essex Police are investigating the incident and want to speak to witnesses. If you have any information you can call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101 or email collisionappeal@essex.pnn.police.uk.

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