Emergency services tend to three incidents within an hour on hectic Friday night in Wisbech
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The emergency services were busy in the Wisbech area over the weekend.
Police received calls to three incidents within one hour on Friday (June 2), with one requiring the help of the East of England Air Ambulance Service.
An air ambulance was called to Churchill Road at 7.58pm after a car struck a pedestrian – a female.
The ambulance landed in Wisbech Park and the woman was then flown to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn with serious injuries.
Roughly half an hour after that, at 7.35pm, officers were called to Sutton Road in Leverington after a black Seat Ibiza left the road and entered a ditch.
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And just 20 minutes later (7.57pm) police attended an incident on Wolf Lane, Leverington, after a silver Ford struck a BT pole.
Two people were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, one with serious injuries.
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