Emergency crews called to a two vehicle collision on March road

PUBLISHED: 15:43 20 February 2014 | UPDATED: 17:08 20 February 2014

Emergency crews were called to a two-vehicle collision in Norwood Road, March. Picture: GERRY WOOD

Emergency crews were called to a two-vehicle collision in Norwood Road, March. Picture: GERRY WOOD

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A vehicle crashed into a parked car on a Fenland road this afternoon.

Emergency crews were called to a two-vehicle collision in Norwood Road, March. Picture: RYAN BERRIDGE Emergency crews were called to a two-vehicle collision in Norwood Road, March. Picture: RYAN BERRIDGE

The collision took place on Norwood Road, March, at about 1.15pm.

There are reports of slight injuries.

The road was temporarily closed but has since been re-opened.

A police spokesman said: “We were called at 1.15pm to a two vehicle collision, one of which was stationary.

“There are slight injuries but the road has been re-opened.”

A fire crew and ambulance also attended the scene.

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