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Mother arrested on suspicion of drink driving after crashing in Barking with her children in the car

PUBLISHED: 08:15 21 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:26 21 May 2018

Multiple people injured, including children at a high speed collision on Thames Road, Barking. Picture: Met Police

Multiple people injured, including children at a high speed collision on Thames Road, Barking. Picture: Met Police

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A mother who was involved in a car crash while driving with her children on board has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving and dangerous driving.

Multiple people injured, including children at a high speed collision on Thames Road, Barking. Picture: Met PoliceMultiple people injured, including children at a high speed collision on Thames Road, Barking. Picture: Met Police

Multiple people were injured in the high speed crash in Thames Road, Barking on Saturday night, according to police.

Two cars were left severely damaged by the crash and debris was left strewn across the road.

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