Woman dies after Uxbridge car collision

15:56 08 January 2013

Louise Clark died in hospital. Picture: Met Police

Louise Clark died in hospital. Picture: Met Police

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A barmaid seriously injured in a two-car collision in Uxbridge less than a fortnight ago died in hospital today.

Louise Clark, 38, from Ickenham, had to be cut out of her Audi TT after the incident, which involved a Honda Civic in Harvil Road on December 30.

A 27-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident and remains in custody.

Two other men, aged 32 and 44, were also arrested and subsequently bailed to return to a west London police station in late January 2013 and in March 2013 respectively pending further inquiries.

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