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Earls Colne: Pedestrian left with serious leg injuries following collision

PUBLISHED: 15:55 18 September 2012

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EMERGENCY services are currently dealing with a collision which has left a 60-year-old woman with serious leg injuries.

Police were alerted to the incident involving a green Citroen and a pedestrian in Church Hill, Earls Colne, at 2pm.

A spokeswoman said the pedestrian had suffered serious leg injuries and was being treated by paramedics.

A section of the road has been closed.

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