Broughton crash victim named
THE name of a woman who died in a car crash in Broughton at the weekend has been released by police. Deborah Hursey, 52, of Thirlmere, Huntingdon, died in the two-vehicle crash, which took place on Saturday (September 26) at the School Road junction with M
THE name of a woman who died in a car crash in Broughton at the weekend has been released by police.
Deborah Hursey, 52, of Thirlmere, Huntingdon, died in the two-vehicle crash, which took place on Saturday (September 26) at the School Road junction with Mill Road.
The collision involved two silver Vauxhall Corsas and happened at 11.05pm.
The car that Deborah Hursey was travelling in was being driven by a 22-year-old man who suffered minor injuries. A 23-year-old female passenger also suffered minor injuries and both were taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon.
Another passenger, a 55-year-old man, suffered serious injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge where he remains in a critical condition. All are from the Huntingdon area.
The driver of the other Corsa, a 40-year-old man from St Ives, suffered minor injuries.
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PC David Halling, who is investigating the collision, said: "It is important for us to establish exactly what happened, and I would like to speak to anybody who saw the collision. Perhaps someone saw these vehicles in the area just before the collision."
INFORMATON: Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Halling at the roads policing unit on 0345 4564564.