Five vehicle collision on the Isle of Ely Way, March, brings traffic to a halt

PUBLISHED: 13:13 03 February 2014 | UPDATED: 13:15 03 February 2014

In the distance, scene of today's 5 vehicle collision on isle of Ely Way

In the distance, scene of today's 5 vehicle collision on isle of Ely Way

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Traffic was brought to a halt today after a five vehicle collision on the Isle of Ely Way near March.

Police were called to the A141 at around 8.50am and other emergency services alerted.

Police said the collision involved a white Ford Transit, blue Vauxhall Astra, silver Vauxhall Vivaro, black VW Golf and a VW Transporter.

A police spokesman said: “Ambulances attended and treated two people for minor injuries.”

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