Man, in 60s, struck by car suffers ‘minor injuries’ in March – causing delays throughout the town

PUBLISHED: 17:06 09 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:06 09 May 2018

A male cyclist, in his 60s, has been struck by a car on Peas Hill roundabout in March this afternoon (May 9).

A male cyclist, in his 60s, has been struck by a car on Peas Hill roundabout in March this afternoon (May 9).

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A cyclist has been struck by a car in March this afternoon (May 9) and has suffered ‘minor injuries’.

A male cyclist, in his 60s, has been struck by a car on Peas Hill roundabout in March this afternoon (May 9). PHOTO: GoogleA male cyclist, in his 60s, has been struck by a car on Peas Hill roundabout in March this afternoon (May 9). PHOTO: Google

The man, in his 60s, was hit on Peas Hill roundabout, causing slow-moving traffic throughout the town.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said: “We were called at 3.08pm by the ambulance service.

The cyclist, a man in his 60s, has what are believed to be minor injuries.”

A witness said on social media: “There were two ambulances and two or three police cars present,”

Access to Wisbech Road was not obstructed.

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