Pictures released after convertible car and works van collide on busy A141

PUBLISHED: 11:06 06 August 2020 | UPDATED: 11:06 06 August 2020

Police have released a dashcam appeal following a two-vehicle crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris on August 5. Picture: Policing Fenland

Police have released a dashcam appeal following a two-vehicle crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris on August 5. Picture: Policing Fenland

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Two drivers escaped serious injury after a convertible car and works van collided on the busy A141 between March and Chatteris.

Police have released a dashcam appeal following a two-vehicle crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris on August 5. Picture: Policing Fenland Police have released a dashcam appeal following a two-vehicle crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris on August 5. Picture: Policing Fenland

The vehicles collided on the main Fenland road early on Wednesday morning (August 5) and police are still appealing for more information.

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A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said: “Officers attended a two-vehicle road traffic collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris.

“Were you travelling on the A141 yesterday morning at about 6:35am? Did you witness this collision? We would like to hear from you.”

Police have released a dashcam appeal following a two-vehicle crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris on August 5. Picture: Policing Fenland Police have released a dashcam appeal following a two-vehicle crash on the A141 between March and Chatteris on August 5. Picture: Policing Fenland

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One resident said: “It’s about time they put speed check cameras down this road.

“There’s way more [crashes] down this road than there ever has been down the A149 and yet they have average speed check cameras down there!

“There was a lady killed at the weekend, so many have died on the A141 in the last few years along. So glad I no longer use this road for work.”

Those with information are asked to call 101, quoting incident 68 of August 5 #2445


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