Two die in collisions on Cambridgeshire roads
TWO people died in separate collisions on Cambridgeshire’s roads at the weekend.
Michaela Cook, 24, of Oxcroft Bank, Spalding, died on Saturday after her blue Peugeot 206 GTi left the A1073 and entered a ditch at around 4pm.
She had been travelling along the Crowland Road, just north of the junction with the B1443 at Mason’s Bridge, when the car left the road.
Ms Cook was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
A 17-year-old boy, who firefighters cut free from the vehicle, remains in a critical condition at Peterborough City Hospital. The road reopened at 8.30pm.
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On Sunday, a pedestrian died on the A142 in Ely, after being involved in a collision with three vehicles at 12.15am.
The man, in his 40s, suffered fatal injuries in the incident on Witchford Road. However, no occupants of the vehicles, a grey Volvo V50, a silver Fiat Ulysse and a blue Honda Civic, suffered injuries in the accident.
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Another pedestrian, an 88-year-old woman, suffered serious but not life threatening injuries when she was involved in a collision with a car on the Huntingdon ring road on Saturday.
She was crossing the road at the traffic lights at the junction with Priory Road at 8.45am when she collided with a Volkswagen Beetle.
The woman was taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital.
Anyone with information on any of the incidents should contact 0345 456 4564.