Police called to two collisions in Chatteris within space of two hours today - driver taken to hospital after hitting tree

PUBLISHED: 10:42 18 January 2016 | UPDATED: 11:41 18 January 2016

Fiat hits tree in Chatteris

Fiat hits tree in Chatteris

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Police were called to two collisions within the space of two hours in Chatteris – in the first a motorist was taken to hospital.

West Park Street, Chatteris collision West Park Street, Chatteris collision

The first was at around 7.20am when police were called to reports of a single vehicle accident involving a Fiat 500

The driver was taken to hospital following the incident on the B1050 at Ferry Hill, London Road, Chatteris.

A police spokesman said it is believed the driver lost control of the vehicle and hit a tree.

Details of injuries are not clear at this stage but the driver was taken to hospital by ambulance.

West Park Street, Chatteris collision West Park Street, Chatteris collision

A second crash at 9am this morning saw West Park Street in Chatteris closed following a two car collision.

Police attended the incident which involved a Vauxhall Corsa and a Renault Laguna.

The Corsa driver sustained minor injuries as a result of the collision.

The road was closed for a time but has since re opened.

“Car had hit a parked vehicle,” said a police spokesman.

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