Man rescued from water filled ditch in Pondersbridge after road traffic collision

09:31 19 May 2014


A man was rescued from a water filled ditch following a road traffic collision in Pondersbridge on Thursday.

At 6.45pm, one crew from Stanground and one crew from Whittlesey were called to a road traffic collision on the B1095 at Pondersbridge.

Firefighters arrived to find a car in a ditch and rescued one male casualty before returning to their stations by 8.15pm.


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