Lucky escape as drivers emerge from crash on A141 in March unscathed

PUBLISHED: 11:18 12 June 2017 | UPDATED: 11:18 12 June 2017

The scene of an accident on the A141, March, on Friday June 9. PHOTO: FenCops

The scene of an accident on the A141, March, on Friday June 9. PHOTO: FenCops

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An air ambulance was needed following a two-car collision on the A141 in March on Friday afternoon (9).

The scene of an accident on the A141, March, on Friday June 9. PHOTO: FenCopsThe scene of an accident on the A141, March, on Friday June 9. PHOTO: FenCops

The emergency services were called after two grey cars collided at the Gaul Road junction on the March bypass at around 1pm.

The air ambulance staff checked both drivers but none were injured.

The police tweeted: “Officers and East Anglian Air Ambulance are dealing with an RTC on the A141 March bypass.

“Please approach with care.”

They later tweeted: “RTC A141 March bypass today for a damage only RTC.

“East of England Air Ambulance attended to check drivers, vehicles recovered.”


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