Sutton woman who died in Sixteen Foot Bank collision on B1098 near Chatteris is named

PUBLISHED: 09:48 09 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:48 09 October 2017

Sutton woman who died in Sixteen Foot Bank collision on B1098 near Chatteris is named

Sutton woman who died in Sixteen Foot Bank collision on B1098 near Chatteris is named

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A Sutton woman who died in a collision at Sixteen Foot bank on the B1098 near Chatteris has been named by police.

Emergency services were called at 8.50am yesterday (Sunday October 8) to the collision which involved a blue Rover 25.

The driver, 54-year-old Sharon Taylor, of Bury Lane, Sutton, Ely, died at the scene.

The road was closed between Boots Bridge and Chatteris. It re-opened at about 2.30pm.

Police officers worked with teams from Magpas, Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service, Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire & Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit and the East of England Ambulance Service.

Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident number 125.

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