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Man injured after car runs through wooden fence

A 37 year old man is undergoing treatment at the Royal Sussex County Hospital today after his car left the road at Ranscombe Hill on the A27 at Lewes at about 05.30 this morning.

His car ran through a wooden fence, parts of which went through the the car door and into his body.

He was attended by Dr Alan Pearce of the South East Coast Immediate Care scheme SIMCAS.

Dr Pearce with the help of crews from South East Coast Ambulance Service gave specialist care at the roadside administering an anaesthetic as the casualty was cut free from the wreckage by a team from the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.

He was taken by road to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton where he is being treated for his injuries.

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