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Monday, 04 May 2015

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Two women taken to Barrow hospital after A595 crash in Cumbria

TWO women have been taken to hospital in Barrow after a crash on the A595 in Cumbria.

A 43-year-old woman and her daughter were taken to Furness General Hospital after the car they were travelling in flipped onto its roof on the A595 in Silecroft, near Millom.

The accident happened at around 2.05pm and police said one side of the road had been blocked.

The North West Ambulance Service was called and both women were taken to hospital to be checked out but a police spokeswoman said the injuries were not thought to be life threatening. 

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