Man ‘serious’ after A14 crash near Spaldwick

Magpas rapid response vehicle

Magpas rapid response vehicle - Credit: Archant

A man suffered multiple serious injuries in a collision on the A14 near Spaldwick on Sunday (June 24) evening.

Two women were also assessed by a doctor and paramedic from the Magpas air ambulance service following the incident which happened just after 7pm on the eastbound carriageway between Spaldwick and Leighton Bromswold.

A Magpas spokesman said a man in his 80s had suffered multiple serious injuries in the collision and was sedated at the scene before being transferred to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, by land ambulance where his condition on arrival was described as “serious”.

The Magpas team, who travelled by rapid response vehicle, also assessed a woman in her 50s and a second woman in her 70s who had not suffered life-threatening injuries and left them in the care of the ambulance service.

Firefighters from Huntingdon, St Neots and Raunds were called to the incident and used cutting equipment to release three casualties.


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