Police chase through Wisbech ends with collision and car on its side: four occupants escape unhurt

PUBLISHED: 15:00 03 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:16 03 October 2017

The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene,

The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene,

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A dramatic police chase through Wisbech ended in a collision along the A1101 with one car coming to rest on its side.

The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene, The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene,

The collision followed a short pursuit by Cambridgeshire police after the vehicle failed to stop when asked to do so.

A police spokesman said: “Officers attempted to stop the vehicle after it was seen driving dangerously.”

Four people were in the vehicle, it is believed two of them have suffered minor injuries.

It is unclear as to whether any arrests have been made at this stage.

The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene, The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene,

Traffic is getting back to normal after police re-opened the A1101 in part of Wisbech following the collision.

The incident happened at North End just before noon and the road was closed for two hours at Freedom Bridge and Harecroft Road not far from Asda.

The collision triggered a series of delays across the town, particularly along Lynn Road and heading into town. Churchill Road also became congested towards the Freedom Bridge roundabout.

The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene, The A1101 Leverington Road, Wisbech, was closed following a collision. Emergency services are on the scene,

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