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Yes, and also if there are mitigating circumstances in this case
Hello Jo, sorry for the delay in my reply. As far as i can remember, the other person extricated himself from his car without help, just like myself. the passenger in his car also did extricate himself without help. In terms of injury i remember the passenger in his car mentioning chest pains. I did have chest pains too. There was no loss of blood on the scene. none of the injuries required emergency response.We were all seen by the ambulance crew.
Both the driver and his passenger were taken to hospital from i was told but for precautionary reasons, because there were no serious injuries as far as i can remember. I was offered to be taken to the hospital too, but the ambulance crew told me if i am not in too much pain i could go home and go and see my GP when i get serious pains, because of the waiting times at the A& E.