Did you see a crash in Elm Road, Wisbech?

09:47 18 August 2014

Elm Road, Wisbech, crash

Elm Road, Wisbech, crash

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Police are appealing for witnesses to a single vehicle collision on Elm Road, Wisbech.

Elm Road, Wisbech, crashElm Road, Wisbech, crash

The collision happened in the early hours of Saturday August 16.

Officers from Cambridgeshire Police attended the scene and the vehicle was recovered.

Enquiries are still on going at this time. Anyone with information is asked to call 101 and ask for PC 2445 Smart.

1 comment

  • Yet another traffic incident in an area which suffers from speeding vehicles and anti-social driving. There is not a single evening where residents will witness poor and irresponsible driving but the response from the authorities is just that - an response. What is needed is a review of the traffic flow, and measures to enforce a reduced speed limit on all residential roads. There have been a large number of bumps and pedestrian injuries within this area - why do we always have to wait for the darkest outcome before positive action is taken?

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    Dean Reeves

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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