UPDATE: Woman suffers serious injuries in Doddington crash
A WOMAN suffered serious injuries this morning when her car left a Fenland road, crashed into a fence and flipped over.
The woman, thought to be in her 50s, was left trapped in her car after it left Benwick Road, near Doddington, shortly before 10am.
Emergency services cut her free from the vehicle and she has been taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Her condition is described as serious but stable.
Magpas doctors attended the incident and sedated the casualty, who has suffered serious chest and arm injuries. No other vehicles were involved in the collision.
A fire service spokesman said: “Two crews from March and Chatteris and a rescue vehicle from Huntingdon attended the incident after we were called at 9.20am.
“They found one vehicle that was on its roof. Firefighters released one casualty.”
- 1 Glasses smashed and beer poured on pub floor after alcohol refusal
- 2 Missing woman back home
- 3 Roll up, roll up, for the Fenland Council mini ‘sale of the century’
- 4 Zip-shaped mark on Rikki's body came from his anorak – the one used to strangle him, court told
- 5 Motorists face extra time on journeys due to A141 closure
- 6 Car travelled wrong way down A1 before triple fatal crash, say police
- 7 £14.6m school transformation complete after two-year project
- 8 WATCH: Emotional tribute to honour and remember crash victim
- 9 Pastor in freedom of speech and job fight over Pride tweet
- 10 Suspected poachers caught in farmyard raid as cops crackdown continues