|Woman Injured in Brook Green Car Crash|
Driver of Mercedes' injuries "not life threatening"
Police have confirmed that a woman who was taken to hospital after a road accident in Hammersmith on the morning of July 4, sustained "non-life threatening" injuries.
The woman was driving a Mercedes along Shepherd's Bush Road at around 8am on Monday when her car was involved in a collision with two other cars.
Witnesses looked on in horror as the fire brigade arrived and a team of firefighters worked to cut the woman free from her car.
Police say a man was arrested and taken to Hammersmith Police Station on suspicion of drink driving and was subsequently released on bail.
This was the second serious crash in Hammersmith in a week. On the previous Monday, social worker Magda Legowska was killed when her moped collided with a van at the junction of Talgarth Road junction with North End Road.
July 4, 2011