UPDATE: Condition of baby and two adults seriously injured after head-on collision has stabilised
THE conditions of an eight-month-old baby and two adults who were seriously injured after a head-on collision on a Fenland road yesterday have all stabilised overnight.
The baby boy and the 33-year-old man were taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham while the woman, aged 31, was taken to Peterborough City Hospital.
They trio still have serious injuries, but hospital staff have described their condition as being “comfortable” this morning.
The man and the baby were both flown to Nottingham after the collision at around 9.30am on the A1073 at Crowland. Firefighters spent more than an hour cutting the 33-year-old out of the Ford Focus with had collided with a Seat Leon.
The driver of the Focus, the 31-year-old woman, was taken to hospital in Peterborough with a head injury.
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The driver of the Seat, a 50-year-old man, from the Boston area was treated for less serious injuries at hospital in Peterborough.
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