Three people trapped after crash in St Ives

10:25 27 January 2014

Crash at London Road, St Ives. Picture: BCH Roads Policing Unit

Crash at London Road, St Ives. Picture: BCH Roads Policing Unit

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Firefighters released three people trapped following a two-vehicle crash in St Ives on Sunday morning.

A fire engine from Papworth and a specialist rescue pump from Huntingdon were called at 1.49am to the accident in Low Road. On arrival, they requested back-up from another pumping appliance and extra resources from Huntingdon.

Three ambulances were dispatched plus a rapid response vehicle, and paramedics treated three casualties at the scene who had suffered injuries which were not life-threatening.

Two people were then taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon and one was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.

The incident was under control at 2.47am, and crews were back at base by 3.34am.

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  • Hi. My partner Richard Harrison was involved in this accident. He was driving the blue audi that the van hit. We were wondering if anybody had a photo of the audi at all many thanks

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    lianne stout

    Tuesday, January 28, 2014

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