Man hospitalised with serious injuries after two-vehicle collision on A1123 from Soham to Wicken

PUBLISHED: 09:42 09 February 2017 | UPDATED: 09:42 09 February 2017

Man hospitalised with serious injuries after two-vehicle collision on A1123 from Soham to Wicken. PHOTO: Fenland Police.

Man hospitalised with serious injuries after two-vehicle collision on A1123 from Soham to Wicken. PHOTO: Fenland Police.

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A man was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a two-vehicle collision on the A1123 from Soham to Wicken last night.

Police, who were called to the incident at just before 4.30pm, closed the road for around two hours.

“A Renault Megane and a Mercedes van collided,” said a police spokesman.

“The van ended up off the road and the car in the carriageway.

“The male driver of the car went to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.

“The road was cleared and re-opened by 6.40pm.”

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