Car flip in Kensington injuries three

13:03 31 July 2011

A car overturned and hit two pedestrians after careering out of control in central London last night.

Three people were injured in the incident involving a powerful BMW car, in Brompton Road, Kensington.

Two women were taken to a west London hospital, one of whom had serious multiple injuries.

A 29-year-old man who was at the wheel of the car suffered head, arm and spinal injuries. He was taken to a south London hospital.

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