Motorists taken to hospital after collision in Benwick

PUBLISHED: 10:41 09 June 2017 | UPDATED: 10:41 09 June 2017

Two drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and Chatteris

Two drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and Chatteris

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Two drivers were taken to hospital on Friday morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick.

Two drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and ChatterisTwo drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and Chatteris

Police were called to the B1093 Doddington Road at 5.41am as well as a crew from the East of England Ambulance Service and another from Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service.

Two drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and ChatterisTwo drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and Chatteris

“Both drivers were taken to Peterborough City Hospital with slight injuries,” said a police spokesman.

Two drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and ChatterisTwo drivers were taken to hospital this morning with injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Benwick. PHOTO: Facebook / Policing March and Chatteris

Inquiries are ongoing.

In a separate incident on the A141 between March and Chatteris a motorist had to be cut out of their vehicle on Thursday afternoon (June 8).

A police spokesman said: “We were called to reports of a collision between a lorry and a car on the A141 between March and Chatteris at about 3pm today (June 8).”

Cambs Fire said: “Firefighters using specialist cutting equipment extricated a casualty from one of the vehicles.”


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