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Three injured after Belsize Park collision

PUBLISHED: 18:18 15 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:41 19 June 2017

Two women and a baby were injured after being hit by a van near St Dominic Catholic Primary school. Picture: NATHALIE RAFFRAY

Two women and a baby were injured after being hit by a van near St Dominic Catholic Primary school. Picture: NATHALIE RAFFRAY

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Three people have been injured following a collision.

The incident happened at about 3.10pm this afternoon. Picture: NATHALIE RAFFRAY The incident happened at about 3.10pm this afternoon. Picture: NATHALIE RAFFRAY

Police and paramedics were called to Southampton Road in Belsize Park at about 3.10pm today after a car collided with three pedestrians.

All three were taken to hospital.

According to police their injuries are not life-threatening and they remain in a stable condition.

No arrests have been made at this stage. Enquiries are continuing.

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