Lorry crashes into March petrol station – leaving large dent behind

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. P

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCops - Credit: Twitter/@CambsCops

A lorry has left a huge dent in a Fen petrol station after a crash overnight.

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. P

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. Picture: Ben Jolley/ARCHANT - Credit: Twitter/@CambsCops

The large white artic slammed into the Gulf garage - known as the Robin Hood Service Station - on Wimblington Road, March on Tuesday evening (December 17).

Significant damage - a huge dent - has been left on the petrol station opposite Neale-Wade Academy after the incident which took place at around 5.40pm.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said: "This [the crash] was reported at 5.42pm on Tuesday at the Robin Hood Service Station in Wimblington Road, March.

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. P

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCops - Credit: Twitter/@CambsCops

"All pumps were shut down as a result. It was a damage only collision although driver shaken."


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Speaking right after the crash, Cambs Cops tweeted: "We helped a lorry who had crashed into a petrol station in March.

"Thankfully the driver wasn't injured but it serves as a reminder to be aware of your vehicle's height!"

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. P

A lorry crashed into the Gulf petrol station on Wimblington Road, March on Wednesday, December 18. Picture: Ben Jolley/ARCHANT - Credit: Twitter/@CambsCops

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