Woman injured after crash in Woodhurst

10:06 20 January 2014

A lane on the A1 has been blocked after a collision between a car and a lorry

A lane on the A1 has been blocked after a collision between a car and a lorry

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A woman sustained minor injuries following a crash in Woodhurst on Sunday.

Firefighters were called to the scene at 10.22am where there were two casualties following an accident involving a car and a van on Wheatsheaf Road.

An ambulance was sent to assist the woman in her fifties, although she did not require hospital treatment.

Two appliances from Huntingdon and one from St Ives assisted with traffic management and recovery of vehicles.

They logged the time of stop as 10.43am and were back at base by 12.05pm.

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