crash update: Mother and two children in 'stable condition'
woman and two young children are in a "stable condition"
in hospital after they were hit by a car outside a Berrow holiday
camp on Friday evening.
and Somerset Police spokesman Scott McPherson told Burnham-On-Sea.com
this afternoon: "The woman remains in hospital in a comfortable
condition with no serious injuries."
two children, 4-year-old boy and a 5-year-old girl, remain in a
stable condition. Their injuries are not thought to be life threatening
or life changing at this time."
incident took place shortly before 5.20pm on Coast Road outside
the busy junction outside the entrance to Unity Farm Holiday Centre,
understood that the vehicle was a Peuegeot estate car.
car was in a collision with a woman and two young children. All
three sustained serious injuries," a Police spokesman told
woman was airlifted to Southmead Hospital and the two children were
airlifted to Bristol Childrens Hospital."
have repeated their appealed for witnesses following the road traffic
collision. Anyone who witnessed the incident should contact the
Police on 101 and quote log number 879 of Friday.
air ambulances landed in the village on land around Unity Farm during
the incident, to help air-lift the three casualties to hospital.
at Unity Farm had to direct arriving holidaymakers along alternative
routes to reach the park on one of the busiest days of the whole
of roads were closed for several hours on Friday evening, including
Coast Road, South Road, Coat Road and Hurn Lane. Bus services were
also diverted around the scene.