Two men taken to hospital after crash in Wickford

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TWO men were taken to hospital after two cars collided and rolled in to a neighbour's garden.

Emergency services were called rto Runwell Road in Wickford at about midnight on Saturday following the crash involving a taxi and a Ford Focus.

The cabbie, who was aged in his thirties, suffered head and leg injuries and was taken to Basildon Hospital by paramedics.

The driver of the Focus, who is aged in his twenties, suffered severe leg and chest injuries and was taken to the same hospital.

Police are investigating the incident.

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1:05pm Mon 12 May 14

Noteworthy says...

Hope all concerned are ok, before the usual blame game begins...

But firstly, how do you even get that symbol used in Neighbour's at the top of this page? Secondly, rto?

And thirdly, I'm guessing that one of the drivers lives next to the garden that was crashed into? Otherwise I don't see the need for the word 'neighbour's' - it's not explained in the story!
Hope all concerned are ok, before the usual blame game begins... But firstly, how do you even get that symbol used in Neighbour's at the top of this page? Secondly, rto? And thirdly, I'm guessing that one of the drivers lives next to the garden that was crashed into? Otherwise I don't see the need for the word 'neighbour's' - it's not explained in the story! Noteworthy
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4:48pm Mon 12 May 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

Noteworthy wrote:
Hope all concerned are ok, before the usual blame game begins...

But firstly, how do you even get that symbol used in Neighbour's at the top of this page? Secondly, rto?

And thirdly, I'm guessing that one of the drivers lives next to the garden that was crashed into? Otherwise I don't see the need for the word 'neighbour's' - it's not explained in the story!
I thought the term neighbour would be clue enough, even for the thickos, eh Noteworthy..
[quote][p][bold]Noteworthy[/bold] wrote: Hope all concerned are ok, before the usual blame game begins... But firstly, how do you even get that symbol used in Neighbour's at the top of this page? Secondly, rto? And thirdly, I'm guessing that one of the drivers lives next to the garden that was crashed into? Otherwise I don't see the need for the word 'neighbour's' - it's not explained in the story![/p][/quote]I thought the term neighbour would be clue enough, even for the thickos, eh Noteworthy.. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
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