Woman, 75, unconscious and in critical condition with serious injuries after incident involving her own car in March
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A woman is critically ill in hospital following a collision in March.
The 75 year-old woman was airlifted to Peterborough City Hospital and later transferred to Addebrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.
Her family has maintained a bedside vigil since the accident that happened on Monday afternoon in Foxglove Way, off Creek Road.
No other vehicle was involved in the incident that is thought to have happened when the woman was run over by her own car after reversing from her drive way.
She has serious internal bleeding, major injuries to her pelvis and a shattered leg.
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The East Anglian Air Ambulance arrived after reports of a collision at about 2.36pm today (February 1).
Also there were police officers following the incident in Foxglove Way off Creek Road.
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Dealing with the incident from the ambulance service were a rapid response vehicle, am ambulance officer, ambulance crew and the Cambridge based air ambulance.