Driver rescued from car after head-on collision on A141 at Warboys

PUBLISHED: 09:54 13 August 2014 | UPDATED: 12:19 13 August 2014

One of the vehicles involved in a crash on the A141 at Warboys.

One of the vehicles involved in a crash on the A141 at Warboys.

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A man had to be rescued from a car after a head-on collision on the A141 at Warboys this morning (Wednesday).

The two crashed cars following a head-on collision on the A141 at Warboys. Picture: BCH Road PolicingThe two crashed cars following a head-on collision on the A141 at Warboys. Picture: BCH Road Policing

The accident happened near the junction with the B1040 Fenton Road just after 9am.

Firefighters from Huntingdon and Chatteris were called and helped free one of the drivers, a man in his late 20s, from the wreckage.

They worked alongside medics from Magpas, Dr Vijayasanker and paramedic Kieran Bromley.

The other driver was also a man in his late 20s and both were not thought to have been seriously injured.

They were driven to Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon by the ambulance service.

The A141 was closed in both directions while the emergency services dealt with the accident and reopened about an hour later.

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