Did a sneeze cause collision on the A47?
- Credit: Fen Cops
A driver sneezing and experiencing a momentary black out may have caused a collision in which two people received minor injuries.
“The van driver sneezed and blacked out -the other car had nowhere to go,” a passing motoring told Fenland Police.
“I was in a transport ambulance that stopped at the accident; hope all are ok,” he posted to the Police Fenland Facebook page.
The collision happened shortly before 3:30pm on Monday (September 28) on the A47 South Brink between Wisbech and Guyhirn.
Emergency services, included paramedics, attended the scene.
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Traffic officers closed the road for the vehicles involved to be recovered.
Both drivers were treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.
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