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Wednesday, 01 October 2014

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Pedestrian injured in crash in Carlisle

A pedestrian was taken to hospital after a crash in Carlisle.

The 47-year-old man, from the city, was involved in a collision with a Skoda car on the A7 Stanwix Bank, near Brampton Road, at about 9.45am yesterday.

Police were contacted by the ambulance service, who took the pedestrian to the Cumberland Infirmary suffering from “cuts and bruises”.

The driver of the car was uninjured, but the Skoda had a damaged windscreen.

Police were called to a second crash in the area yesterday, after a black Peugeot and red Mazda were involved in a collision on Brampton Road, near its junction with Well Road, at about 2.15pm.

The incident was described as “damage only” with no injuries.

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