Four-vehicle pile up on A47 in Fenland
A CASUALTY was taken to hospital with serious injuries following a four-vehicle pile up.
A lorry, a van and two cars were in collision at the A47 junction at Guyhirn at 6.20pm yesterday (Wednesday, June 9).
The road was closed for five hours as police cleared away the accident.
One car was in a field after the collision whereas the other three vehicles were blocking the road after the accident, emergency services say.
Fire fighters did not need to cut anyone out of their vehicles but one person was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries.
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A spokesman from the East Anglian Ambulance Service said another person was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
Police reports said there was “lots of heavy traffic” until the road was reopened at 11pm.
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