Head on collision at Warboys - did you see anything?

PUBLISHED: 10:42 30 August 2017

Police appeal for witnesses following a head on collision at Warboys.

Police appeal for witnesses following a head on collision at Warboys.

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A motorist and a van driver were in a head on collision at Warboys this morning prompting a police call for witnesses.

Cambridgeshire Police say they are appealing for witnesses following the collision on the A141 at Warboys today (Wednesday 30) at 6.50am.

A force spokesman said: “A red Volvo V70 and a silver Renault van were involved in a head on collision at around 6.50am.

“No injuries were reported but the vehicles had to be recovered from the scene.

“Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting incident number 71 of August 30.2

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