South Cambs village road blocked by telegraph pole after car crash

10:21 25 February 2014

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A road is blocked near a South Cambs village after a car crashed into a telegraph pole this morning (Tuesday).

Officers were called to the B1040, Gamlingay Road, in Eltisley, at 8.15am after a car left the road and entered a ditch. No-one was injured in the crash.

A telegraph pole was knocked down in the incident and is blocking the road.

The vehicle has been recovered but the road, between the B1046 junction and Great Gransden junction, will remain shut until UK Power Networks fix the pole.

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