Air Ambulance attends four car pile-up near Kendal

The Westmorland Gazette: Serious car crash - casualty air lifted to hospital Serious car crash - casualty air lifted to hospital

THE AIR Ambulance crew was called-in to deal with a four car pile-up in Kendal.

Two people had to be taken to hospital after the smash on A65 Burton Road at 2:30pm on Sunday, June 22.

It is not yet clear who or what was at fault for the crash which involved a Land Rover, a Mini Cooper, a Skoda and a Peugeot van.

One victim was taken to Westmorland General Hospital and the other was taken to Lancaster Royal Infirmary.

Both have non life threatening illnesses and a recovering well.

A spokesperson for the North West Air Ambulance service said: "One patient was drowsy, but she chose to put that down to having a new baby and a lack of sleep." 


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