Car flips over in crash between Buckden and Perry

13:37 27 May 2014

The car which overturned on the B661 between Perry and Buckden. Picture: @BCH ROAD POLICING

The car which overturned on the B661 between Perry and Buckden. Picture: @BCH ROAD POLICING

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A car ended up on its roof after a crash between Buckden and Perry at the weekend.

The emergency services, including the Magpas air ambulance, were called to the B661 at about 9pm on Saturday (May 24).

A man in his 40s was treated for head injuries at the roadside by an East of England Ambulance Service crew and Magpas helimedix Dr Phil Morgan and paramedic Dan Read.

A Magpas spokesman said the patient was given pain relief and taken to Bedford Hospital by road, in a stable condition.

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  • Well I'm sure this is yet another motorist that was driving slowly and carefully our roads.

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    Mrs O Cromwell

    Wednesday, May 28, 2014

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