Woman, man and three-year-old child hospitalised after collision on A10 near Grange Lane, Littleport roundabout

PUBLISHED: 16:53 06 May 2016 | UPDATED: 16:53 06 May 2016

Three people were taking to hospital after the crash on the A10 near Littleport.

Three people were taking to hospital after the crash on the A10 near Littleport.

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Three people - including a child - were taken to hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries after a collision on the A10 near the Grange Lane, Littleport roundabout yesterday afternoon.

A car and a van were left severely damaged after they collided on the A10.A car and a van were left severely damaged after they collided on the A10.

A woman in her 30s, a man in his 50s and a three-year-old child sustained serious but not life-threatening injuries and were taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

The two-vehicle collision, which involved a car and a van, led to the A10 between Ely and Littleport being blocked at around 4.15pm.

A car and a van were left severely damaged after they collided on the A10.A car and a van were left severely damaged after they collided on the A10.

PC Chris Boother said: “We are keen to hear from anybody who was in the area, specifically drivers with dash cam footage, traveling in either direction just before the incident.

“We are also keen to speak to the driver of a 4x4 seen in the area just before the collision.”

The scene of the accident on the A10, Downham Road, near Littleport.The scene of the accident on the A10, Downham Road, near Littleport.

PCSO Ian Hawkins, who attended the crash, said: “This was a very serious collision which required the road being closed for a substantial amount of time while paramedics looked after the casualties.

“We would like to thank members of the public for their patience and co-operation while we dealt with this incident and wish the injured parties a quick recovery.”

Anyone who may have witnessed this incident should call 101.


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