Two dead after car plunges into water-filled ditch on Puddock Road, Ramsey Forty Foot - the road is shut

PUBLISHED: 09:50 13 October 2017

Two dead after car plunges into water-filled ditch in Puddock Road, off Ramsey Forty Foot.

Two dead after car plunges into water-filled ditch in Puddock Road, off Ramsey Forty Foot.

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Two people have died after a collision in Puddock Road, off Ramsey Forty Foot, this morning.

The crash involving one vehicle was reported at 7.18am today (Friday October 13) and officers and other emergency services are currently at the scene.

“The vehicle, which had four people inside, left the road and went into a water-filled ditch,” said a police spokesman.

“Two people, who were in the rear of the vehicle, have died, while two people, who were in the front, have been taken to Peterborough City Hospital with minor injuries.

“Police have launched an investigation into how the crash happened and the road has been shut.

“Anyone with information should contact the road policing unit on 101, quoting incident number 70 of today.”

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