Emergency services tend to man after he suffers diabetic hypo behind the wheel on Wisbech Road, March

PUBLISHED: 10:25 29 January 2016 | UPDATED: 10:25 29 January 2016

An ambulance and police attended the scene after a man in his 60s had a diabetic hyp on the A141 in March at around 10.35pm last night (January 28).

An ambulance and police attended the scene after a man in his 60s had a diabetic hyp on the A141 in March at around 10.35pm last night (January 28).

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Police and emergency services attended the scene after a man suffered from a diabetic hypo in his car on the A141 in March.

Officers were called to Wisbech Road at 10.35pm yesterday (January 28) by the ambulance service, and the road was partially closed while the man, who is in his 60s, was treated.

A diabetic hypo is caused when a diabetes sufferer’s blood sugars go too low, with symptoms including dizziness and trembling.

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