Two people injured after vehicles end up in dyke on Mouth Lane, Guyhirn

PUBLISHED: 12:36 01 June 2016 | UPDATED: 12:36 01 June 2016

Two people injured after crash in Guyhirn

Two people injured after crash in Guyhirn

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Two people were left injured after two separate collisions on a Guyhirn road last night.

A second collision in one evening in GuyhirnA second collision in one evening in Guyhirn

In the first collision, on Mouth Lane, two people suffered minor injuries after their vehicle went into a dyke.

Police and an East of England Ambulance Service team assisted with the incident.

A recovery vehicle on the scene of the crashesA recovery vehicle on the scene of the crashes

A police spokesman said: “We were called yesterday at 3.26pm to reports of a one vehicle RTC on Mouth Lane, Guyhirn.

“Two people were taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital with slight injuries.”

A recovery vehicle pulling one of the cars out of the dykeA recovery vehicle pulling one of the cars out of the dyke

The second crash, in which no-one was injured, saw another vehicle go in to the same dyke.

Drivers were warned to approach with care and a recovery vehicle later arrived on the scene and one lane of the road was closed while the car was pulled out of the dyke.


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