THE 67-year-old female driver of one of the cars involved in a serious crash earlier this week has been taken to Southampton Hospital.
Police have said the woman remains in a critical but stable condition.
All three emergency services were called to Grande Route de St Martin on Tuesday afternoon at around 3pm after a blue Mini Cooper and a black Fiat Panda collided.
The 67-year-old female driver of the black Fiat Panda was unconscious at the scene of the crash and taken to Hospital.
She was being treated in the intensive care unit in the General Hospital, before being flown to Southampton Hospital on Thursday afternoon.
The driver of the blue Mini Cooper – a male in his 30s – was seen by paramedics on the scene and taken to the Emergency Department.
He was later discharged from hospital alongside two children who were also in the car with him.
Both cars caught on fire as a result of the collision – which occurred around at the junction of Rue des Pingneaux and Fosse á L’Écrivain – but were both extinguished by 3.30pm and later towed away.
The fuel spillage was cleaned from the road, which reopened at around 9.30pm on Tuesday night.