Two men - both in their 30s - seriously injured in collision with HGV and a car on the A141 near March
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Two men – both in their 30s – were seriously injured today after a car and a lorry collided on the A141 at Wimblington.
Both were placed into medically induced comas at the scene while paramedics and Magpas teams treated them before both were rushed to hospital.
A Magpas spokesman said: “Our two enhanced medical teams assessed the two patients (males in their 30’s) who had sustained multiple, serious injuries.
“Each team treated one patient, placing both men into medical induced comas at the scene (providing them with A&E level care), before accompanying both patients to Addenbrooke’s Hospital via land ambulances.
“Both men were in critical conditions upon arrival.”
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The collision happened just after 7am and police closed the road for a time while they carried out an investigation.
A Magpas air ambulance rapid response vehicle was quickly on the scene before a second response vehicle was called to work alongside East of England ambulance service paramedics.
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Cambs fire service was also called out to the incident.