Man airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after two-car collision on A141 between Chatteris and Wimblington

PUBLISHED: 09:45 05 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:44 05 October 2017

A man was seriously injured in a two-car collision on the A141 between Chatteris and Wimblington yesterday (October 4). Photo: FEN COPS

A man was seriously injured in a two-car collision on the A141 between Chatteris and Wimblington yesterday (October 4). Photo: FEN COPS

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Police are appealing for witnesses to a two vehicle collision on the A141 yesterday (4 October) which left a man seriously injured.

Two air ambulances were called to the crash on the A141 between Chatteris and Wimblington on October 4. Photo: FEN COPS Two air ambulances were called to the crash on the A141 between Chatteris and Wimblington on October 4. Photo: FEN COPS

Emergency services, including the fire service, ambulance and two air ambulances were called to the Isle of Ely Way between Chatteris and Wimblington at about 5.30pm.

The collision involved a black BMW X5 and a silver BMW 530, which went into a ditch.

Fire crews cut four casualties out of the cars, and one man, who is in his 20s, from the BMW 530 was flown to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge with serious injuries.

A police spokesman said: “Anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either vehicle prior to the collision is asked to call PC Steph Corletto at the Road Policing Unit on 101 quoting incident 368.”

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