Two drivers hospitalised with serious injuries after head-on collision on Knight’s End Road in March

PUBLISHED: 09:34 28 December 2018 | UPDATED: 11:33 28 December 2018

Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on Knights End Road in March on December 27. Picture: FENLAND POLICING/FACEBOOK.

Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on Knights End Road in March on December 27. Picture: FENLAND POLICING/FACEBOOK.

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Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a head-on collision on Knight’s End Road in March last night (December 27).

Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on Knights End Road in March on December 27. Picture: FENLAND POLICING/FACEBOOK.
Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on Knights End Road in March on December 27. Picture: FENLAND POLICING/FACEBOOK.

Officers along with crews from Cambs Fire & Rescue Service, East of England Ambulance Service and MAGPAS were called to the scene at 6.13pm.

One driver was cut free from their vehicle by the fire service and both drivers were taken to Peterborough City Hospital with serious injuries.

“Did you witness this collision?” said a police spokesman. “We would like to hear from you, please call 101 and quote incident 343 of 27.12.18.”

Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on Knights End Road in March on December 27. Picture: FENLAND POLICING/FACEBOOK.
Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on Knights End Road in March on December 27. Picture: FENLAND POLICING/FACEBOOK.

A Cambs Fire spokesman said: “At 6.17pm on Thursday (December 27) one crew from Chatteris and one crew from March were called to a road traffic collision on Knight’s End Road in March.

“Firefighters arrived to find two vehicles had collided head on. Using specialist cutting equipment they released one casualty.

“Another casualty was out of their vehicle when the crews arrived. Both were left in the care of ambulance crews.

“The crews returned to their stations by 8.25pm.”

One person said on social media: “This road is disgusting - there are so many potholes. I live not far from here and am going to start a campaign.”


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