Man trapped in vehicle after crash in Huntingdon

14:33 12 February 2014

There were two crashes in the space of half an hour on the A14 in the early hours of Saturday morning.

There were two crashes in the space of half an hour on the A14 in the early hours of Saturday morning.

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A man had to be cut free from a vehicle after being trapped following a crash in Huntingdon this afternoon.

Firefighters had to remove the roof after the collision in Glebe Road, off St Peter’s Road, at about 1.30pm.

Two fire crews from Huntingdon, two ambulances, a paramedic car and police were sent to the crash site.

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said two people, both men believed to be in their 20s, had suffered minor neck pain and were taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

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