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Woman and child taken to hospital following Hornchurch car crash

PUBLISHED: 12:34 03 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:47 03 September 2018

Police were called at 9.20am to reports of a car crash in Squirrels Heath Lane on Monday, September 3. Picture: Kelly Cunningham-Elvin.

Police were called at 9.20am to reports of a car crash in Squirrels Heath Lane on Monday, September 3. Picture: Kelly Cunningham-Elvin.

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A car overturned in a road traffic collision in Squirrels Heath Lane this morning.

Police were called at 9.20am to reports of a car crash in Squirrels Heath Lane on Monday, September 3.

A police spokeswoman said: “A woman and a child have been taken to an east London hospital as a precaution with minor injuries.

“No arrests have been made.”

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