Two people in car that ends up on side in hedge in crash in Huntingdonshire village

09:28 24 April 2014

Two people escaped injury in a crash in Bury. Picture: @BCHRoadsPolicing

Two people escaped injury in a crash in Bury. Picture: @BCHRoadsPolicing

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Two people have escaped serious injury in a car crash in a Huntingdonshire village this morning (Thursday).

Two people escaped injury in a crash in Bury. Picture: @BCHRoadsPolicingTwo people escaped injury in a crash in Bury. Picture: @BCHRoadsPolicing

Emergency services were called to High Street, Bury, near Bury Stores just after 6.30am after a blue Renault Megane left the road, crashing into a telephone exchange and coming to a rest on its side in a hedge.

Paramedics treated a man in his 20s at the scene but he did not need further treatment at hospital.

Another person was also in the car at the time of the crash.

Firefighters helped remove the car from the hedge and the car was recovered by 8.15am.

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