Student charged with careless driving after Tottenham crash

11:54 15 May 2012

One of the cars was overturned in the collision. Picture: Tony Hardiman.

One of the cars was overturned in the collision. Picture: Tony Hardiman.

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A student has been charged with careless driving after a crash in Tottenham which left four people in hospital.

Simon Williams, 21, of Portland Rise, near Manor House, was arrested following the collision between two cars and a bus in High Road, near the junction with Tottenham Green, at 6.30am yesterday.

Ambulance crews attended the scene and took a 19-year-old man suffering a head injury and neck pain to the Royal London Hospital, in Whitechapel.

The teenager’s condition is not believed to be life-threatening.

Two women and a man were also taken to North Middlesex Hospital, in Edmonton, with minor injuries.

Road closures around the scene remained in place until 10.35am yesterday.

Police have charged Williams with driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, driving without insurance and driving without due care and attention.

He has been bailed to appear at Highgate Magistrates’ Court on June 1.

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