Fire crews rescue casualty after two-vehicle crash at crossroads near Broughton
- Credit: Cambs Fire Service
Firefighters had to free a casualty following an accident involving two vehicles yesterday (Thursday) morning.
Firefighters had to free a casualty following an accident involving two vans yesterday (Thursday) morning.
The crash happened at the crossroads at the end of School Lane, Broughton, at about 8.40am.
The vans, a Mercedes and a Peugeot, both ended up in a ditch, a police spokesman said.
Fire crews from Huntingdon and Chatteris were sent and helped to free one of those involved.
A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said its medics treated a man in his 30s who had an injury to his pelvis.
He was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. The other driver was not hurt, said the police spokesman.
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The vans were recovered by 10.40am.