Driver taken to hospital with ‘minor injuries’ after two-vehicle crash at Boots Bridge, Wimblington

Fenland police attended the scene of two-vehicle crash on Sixteen Foot Bank this morning (June 12). Photo(s): Twitter / @FenCops

Fenland police attended the scene of two-vehicle crash on Sixteen Foot Bank this morning (June 12). Photo(s): Twitter / @FenCops

Twitter / @FenCops

Emergency services attended the scene of a two-vehicle crash this morning (June 12) at Boots Bridge in Wimblington.

Fenland police attended the scene of two-vehicle crash on Sixteen Foot Bank this morning (June 12). Photo(s): Twitter / @FenCopsFenland police attended the scene of two-vehicle crash on Sixteen Foot Bank this morning (June 12). Photo(s): Twitter / @FenCops

Officers arrived to the Sixteen Foot Bank crash where a black car had left the road and come to a stop in a nearby field.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said: “Reported at 8.23am by ambulance service. At Boots Farm, Manea Road.

“Car and van involved but no contact. One minor injury.”

Fen Cops tweeted: “B1098 Sixteen Foot Bank at Boots Bridge has been closed due to recovery work at an RTC.

“Officers attended a two vehicle RTC at Boots Bridge this morning where a vehicle had left the road.

“The road is now open and a driver is in the care of the ambulance service.”


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