Five People Seriously Injured in Car Crash
FIVE people suffered serious injuries in a car crash in Wicken on Saturday. A white Rover 200 collided with a silver Daihatsu on the A1123 on Stretham Road, near Orchard Farm at around 10.40am. The driver of the Rover, a 78-year-old man from Stretham, has
FIVE people suffered serious injuries in a car crash in Wicken on Saturday.
A white Rover 200 collided with a silver Daihatsu on the A1123 on Stretham Road, near Orchard Farm at around 10.40am.
The driver of the Rover, a 78-year-old man from Stretham, has been taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge and his passenger, a 73-year-old woman, whose address is currently unknown, was taken to the West Suffolk Hospital.
The Daihatsu driver, an 84-year-old man and his passenger, a 67-year-old woman, both from March, were also taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital.
One other passenger, an 83-year-old man from March, was taken to the West Suffolk.
PC Ian Gray, who is investigating the incident, said: "I would like to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time who saw either of the two vehicles in the moments leading up to the collision or the collision take place. Any information could prove helpful in piecing together exactly what happened.
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INFO: Anyone with information should contact PC Gray at the Roads Policing Unit on 0845 4564564 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 55511.