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Four Women In River Anker Crash

Four young women from Nuneaton, involved in the accident where their car left the road and went into the river Anker in north Warwickshire, have been named.

The car was heading from Wolvey to Nuneaton on the B4114 when it left the road and went into the water near Bramcote Barracks on Thursday.

The fire service rescued one of the girls from the car. Laura Bailey, 16, of Canterbury Way, received serious head injuries and went to the Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital, before being transferred to Walsgrave Hospital.

The three others in the car were taken to the George Eliot Hospital.

The driver Gemma Brewster, 18, of Chandos Street, received cuts and bruises, as did passenger Gemma Harris, 16, of Kingsbridge Road. Samantha Reid, also 16, of St Nicholas Park Drive, was detained in hospital.

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CWN / Crimes, Fires & Accidents / 1 Jul 00

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