Driver injured in three-vehicle collision while van ends up upside down in ditch on March’s roads

13:00 04 December 2012

Police at the scene after three-vehicle collision on A141 Gaul Road

Police at the scene after three-vehicle collision on A141 Gaul Road

Archant

A DRIVER was treated for minor injuries after a three-vehicle collision yesterday afternoon on the A141 at the Gaul Road junction.

Police were alerted at 4.52pm and an ambulance was called.

In another incident, a driver escaped injury after he drove into a road-side ditch on the Whittlesey Road, March, last night.

Police were called at 8.30pm and arrangements are being made to recover the van.

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