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'The walls collapsed on her' - Gran, 92, seriously injured after BMW ploughs into living room as she slept

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A 92-year-old woman has been seriously injured after a BMW ploughed into her living room as she slept. Police were called to the incident in White Horse Grove in Westhoughton, Bolton, at about 5.15am this morning (November 28).

Neighbour Jean Partington said she had just woken up when she heard ‘two terrific bangs’. READ MORE: 'My periods made me feel suicidal and turned me into Jekyll and Hyde' “I thought it was a bomb,” she said. “It was that loud. "I went to the window and couldn’t see

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