UPDATE: Woman hurt after car flips near Dallington

A woman ended up in hospital after her car flipped in a crash near Dallington yesterday (Tuesday, January 17).

Tuesday, 17th January 2017, 5:14 pm
Updated Thursday, 19th January 2017, 9:22 am
The blue Citroen car ended up on its side after crashing on Carricks Hill, Dallington. Photo courtesy of Battle Fire Station

The blue Citroen car was pulled onto its wheels by Battle firefighters after the accident on Carricks Hill at around 2.40pm.

The 67-year-old female driver was out of the car before the fire crews arrived.

She was assessed and treated by paramedics before being taken to Conquest Hospital in St Leonards.

The road was blocked for recovery work for about an hour.

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The blue Citroen car ended up on its side after crashing on Carricks Hill, Dallington. Photo courtesy of Battle Fire Station

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The blue Citroen car ended up on its side after crashing on Carricks Hill, Dallington. Photo courtesy of Battle Fire Station

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The blue Citroen car ended up on its side after crashing on Carricks Hill, Dallington. Photo courtesy of Battle Fire Station
The blue Citroen car ended up on its side after crashing on Carricks Hill, Dallington. Photo courtesy of Battle Fire Station