Three dead after fatal weekend on Cambridgeshire’s roads
THREE people have died after two serious collisions on Cambridgeshire’s roads at the weekend.
Joan Wooldridge, 67, from Haslingfield, died in Addenbrooke’s Hospital at 9.30pm last night following a crash which took place at 3pm yesterday at the junction of the A505 Causeway with Beech Lane in Pampisford.
Mrs Wooldridge was cycling when a collision occurred with a Ford Fiesta being driven by a 19-year-old driver in the same direction. The driver, a female passenger and another male cyclist were unharmed.
Anyone with information about this crash should ring Sergeant Nigel Jennings of Cambridgeshire Police’s Roads Policing Unit on 0345 456 4564.
Yesterday’s collision followed another crash on Saturday where two drivers were killed.
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Police, ambulances, fire crews and Magpas were called to the accident at the junction between the B1382 Mile End Road and the A1101 Mildenhall Road, near Shippea Hill station, at 4.40pm on Saturday.
Bradly Ring, 26, from Littleport, who had been driving a silver Honda, and a woman, who had been driving a green Mazda were declared dead at the scene. Neither car was carrying passengers.
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Anyone with information on Saturday’s accident should call PC David Halling on 0345 456 456.