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Caton In Road Accident

Swindon Town striker Andy Caton was involved in a road accident in Oxfordshire Saturday evening.

Caton who has been out with a leg injury all season was taken to John Ratcliffe Hospital in Oxford, where is expecected to be released in the next few days.

Caton is the second town player to be involved in a road accident after Albert Jarrett was involved in a road accident in Old Town, Swindon which left a pedestrian injured.




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Date:Tuesday February 21 2006

Time: 10:55PM

 

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