Man killed in A142 smash named by police
A 58-year-old man killed in a two-car collision on the A142 on Saturday has been named by police.
Vaughn Alan Tuck, 58, of Wood Lane, Stretham, died after the Perodua MYVi he was driving was involved in a collision with a BMW M3 on the A142 Chatteris bypass, just north of its junction with Wenny Road.
The collision happened shortly after 10am on Saturday (May 12).
Emergency medical charity Magpas said the 58-year-old “suffered a traumatic cardiac arrest at the scene of the incident.”
“Sadly, despite the Helimedix best efforts providing advanced life support, there was nothing more they could do for him.”
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A Magpas spokesman said the driver was confirmed dead at the scene but a female passenger, aged 61 and also from the Ely area, sustained a chest injury.
“She was treated with pain relief by the Magpas team and they then accompanied her in a land ambulance to Addenbrooke’s Hospital,” said the spokesman.
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“On arrival her condition was described as not serious.”
The two cars involved, a BMW M3 and a Peordua Myvi, collided on the A142 Chatteris Bypass, just after 10am which blocked the road for several hours.
The driver of the BMW, a 43-year-old man from March, and his two passangers, a 43-year-old woman and a 14-year-old boy, suffered minor injuries.