Could this be the last of the winter crashes? East Cambs Police is hoping so
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Police in East Cambs hope they’ve seen the last of winter crashes after posting a photo of a badly damaged car.
“It is the last of our cautionary tales from a week of terrible driving conditions,” said a police spokesman.
The collision happened on Friday at around 9pm.
“This Infinity Q50 luxury saloon was involved in a collision with a far less desirable DAF model 0 truck,” said the spokesman.
“As you can see, extensive front end damage - but thankfully everyone involved walked away unharmed.”
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Special Constable Elliot Wilding-Glendye attributed the incident to the dreadful conditions.
Sergeant Phil Priestley said: “Thankfully the conditions on the road are much improved since the weekend with the majority of snow and ice melting away.
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“We’re grateful to everyone for the patience and care they took on the roads during this period.
“There’s a temptation for people not to take as much care now the roads seem ‘back to normal’ - but we remind everyone that our rural roads are still a very challenging driving environment.
“Please continue to take care.”