Woman, in her 60s, is in a serious but stable condition after collision
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A woman who was freed from her car following a collision near St Neots last night (Wednesday) is said to be in a ‘serious by stable condition’.
The driver, in her 60s, was involved in the crash between a red Volkswagon Golf and a red Vauxhall at about 5.10pm on the crossroads between Yelling and Toseland.
According to a spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAST), the woman’s car left road and careered into a field.
A crew from Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service were call to the scene to free the woman before she was treated by a Magpas medical team.
The spokesman for EEAST added: “There were two patients that required treatment at the scene. The woman had a suspected pelvis injury and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital by land ambulance for further treatment.”
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A man, also involved in the incident, was given treatment for a minor head injury but he refused transport to hospital.
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