St. Margaret's Hospital

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St Margaret's Hospital is a hospital in Epping, Essex and is managed by & provides services for The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust.

On 22 March 1945 the hospital was hit by a German V-2 rocket, which destroyed the water tower, flooding nearby houses. 7 men were killed. Some houses, the elderly unit and the laundry block at the hospital and a single storey timber built casual ward were destroyed.[1]

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Coordinates: 51°42′18″N 0°07′26″E / 51.7050°N 0.1238°E / 51.7050; 0.1238

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  1. ^ "70th anniversary of the day Epping stood still". Epping Guardian. 4 April 2015. Retrieved 24 August 2015.