Firefighters rescue drivers after crashes in Ramsey and St Ives

11:20 02 April 2014

Woman in her 20s escaped crash in Ramsey with minor injuries. Picture: MAGPAS

Woman in her 20s escaped crash in Ramsey with minor injuries. Picture: MAGPAS

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Firefighters freed two people after crashes in Huntingdonshire yesterday.

One crew from Ramsey and one from Stanground were called to St Mary’s Road at 11.42am, where a vehicle was on its roof in a ditch.

Using specialist cutting equipment they freed the woman, who was cared for by the ambulance service and Mapgas.

She suffered a minor head injury and did not need hospital treatment.

At 1.15pm, a crew from Huntingdon and St Ives rushed to the scene of a crash in St Audrey Lane, St Ives.

A woman in her 20s was cut free from her vehicle, before the ambulance service took her to Hinchingbrooke Hospital for treatment of an ankle injury.

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