One person trapped after two-vehicle crash in St Ives

12:17 08 January 2013

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A MOTORIST has been cut free from a car after a two-vehicle crash in St Ives.

Firefighters, from Huntingdon and St Ives, used specialist equipment to free the woman, who was driving a green Honda Civic, after the incident shortly after 11am yesterday (Tuesday).

The woman was checked over by paramedics at the scene but was not injured.

The crews returned to base at 12.10pm.

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