Woman airlifted to hospital after two-vehicle collision in Fenland village
A WOMAN was airlifted to hospital after suffering neck and back injuries in a two-vehicle collision in a Fenland village yesterday.
Two fire crews from Wisbech and a rescue vehicle from Dogsthorpe attended the collision in Murrow Bank, Murrow - near Wisbech - at 4.55pm.
Firefighters worked closely with ambulance crews to release the woman from one of the vehicles, using specialist cutting equipment and a spinal board.
She was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital by air ambulance.
A second female was taken by land to Peterborough City Hospital with a suspected fractured ankle.
Three male casualties were dealt with at the scene for a range of minor injuries.
Firefighters left the scene at around 6pm.
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