Two trapped after collision

PUBLISHED: 15:06 15 June 2007 | UPDATED: 22:53 28 May 2010

TWO people were trapped and eight others injured when a minibus and a Saab 900 collided on a Fenland road. Fire crews from March, Manea and a rescue vehicle from Huntingdon were called to the scene on Tuesday morning at Boots Bridge, at the junction of th

TWO people were trapped and eight others injured when a minibus and a Saab 900 collided on a Fenland road.

Fire crews from March, Manea and a rescue vehicle from Huntingdon were called to the scene on Tuesday morning at Boots Bridge, at the junction of the B1098 and B1093.

A fire service spokesman said one of the vehicles had struck an electricity pole and EDF Energy was called out, and the road was blocked for a short time.

"There were eight casualties and two of these were trapped," said the spokesman. "The two trapped casualties are not believed to have suffered serious injuries."

A police spokesman said minibus was on its side in a field.

The driver of one vehicle was taken to hospital.


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