Lee driver in four-vehicle pile-up 'no longer in life-threatening condition'

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A driver whose car was involved in a four-vehicle smash in Lee is no longer in a life-threatening condition, police say.

Police and ambulances were called out to St Mildred's Road at 6.35am on June 8 after the pile up.

One man, the driver of a Honda Accord, aged in his 30s, was taken to King's College Hospital suffering from head injuries.

His injuries were initially considered life-threatening but are no longer considered to be so.

Three other people required hospital treatment including the driver of a  Peugeot 206, a woman in her late 40's, who suffered leg injuries.

Her passenger, a woman in her 50s, received facial injuries.

A Ford Fiesta driver, aged in his early 20's, was taken to hospital with abdominal and leg injuries.

The fourth driver, a man in his mid-40s behind the wheel of a Jaguar, was uninjured.

There have been no arrests.


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