Motorist may have broken wrist after collision between van and motorcycle in Wimblington

PUBLISHED: 16:12 04 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:12 04 May 2017

Officers along with the Bedforshire, Cambridgeshire & Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit and East of England Ambulance were called to a collision between a van and motorbike in Blue Lane, Wimblington this morning. PHOTO: Fenland Police.

Officers along with the Bedforshire, Cambridgeshire & Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit and East of England Ambulance were called to a collision between a van and motorbike in Blue Lane, Wimblington this morning. PHOTO: Fenland Police.

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A motorist was left seriously injured after a collision between a van and motorcycle in Wimblington this morning.

Whilst dealing with the collision, a dog managed to escape from a garden in Wimblington. He was rescued by officers and returned to his owner.Whilst dealing with the collision, a dog managed to escape from a garden in Wimblington. He was rescued by officers and returned to his owner.

Police were called to the incident by the ambulance service at around 10am.

It is thought that the injured person was conscious and breathing. However it it believed that they may have suffered a broken wrist.

Whilst dealing with the collision, a dog managed to escape from a garden in the village. He was rescued by officers and returned to his owner.


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