Seat Ibiza car ‘lost control – colliding into trees’ on A141 between March and Chatteris

PUBLISHED: 17:15 25 May 2018 | UPDATED: 19:29 25 May 2018

Crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris is expected to cause delays for commuters. PHOTO: Submitted

Crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris is expected to cause delays for commuters. PHOTO: Submitted

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Cambridgeshire Police have revealed what happened on the A141 this afternoon (May 25) between March and Chatteris.

Crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris is expected to cause delays for commuters. PHOTO: Submitted Crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris is expected to cause delays for commuters. PHOTO: Submitted

A spokesman for the police said: “We were called at 3.38pm today (Friday) by the ambulance service reporting a collision on the A141 involving a yellow Seat Ibiza.

“It has lost control and left the road, colliding with some trees just past the Doddington turn off.

“Two casualties, although not clear what the extent of their injuries are - not fatal/life threatening.”

A witness has said a farmer was seen assisting officers at the scene using a JCB tractor to move the vehicle to safety.

A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance service said: “We are currently at the scene of a road traffic collision on the A141 near March.

“We were called at 3.28pm. One ambulance is currently at the scene.”

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