Motorists escape life-threatening injuries after A47 crash
- Credit: Ian Carter
A driver was rushed to hospital but escaped life-threatening injuries after a three-vehicle collision on the A47 today (Thursday).
Three vehicles had to be recovered after the crash between Guyhirn and Thorney Toll this morning.
A Cambridgeshire Police spokesperson said: “There are three vehicles involved and damaged – a Ford, a Vauxhall van and a Honda at about 7.30am.
“There were some injuries, but none were life-threatening.
“We would appeal for anyone who saw what happened to call us on 101 or on web chat and quote incident 80.”
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An East of England Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “Two ambulances attended a road traffic collision on the A47 just after 7.45am this morning.
“One patient was transported to Peterborough City Hospital for further assessment and care.”
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The A47 between the A141 at Guyhirn and the B1167 at Thorney has since reopened.