10:40 Monday 30 December 2013

Woman cut free from car involved in A10 collision

Written byJORDAN DAY

A woman had to be cut free from her car after it was involved in a collision on the A10.

The single vehicle collision happened in Littleport just south of the junction with the A1101 at around 2.45pm on Saturday (December 28).

Emergency services, including fire crews from Littleport, Sutton, Wisbech and Outwell, attended the scene and released a woman from the vehicle using specialist cutting equipment.

The extent of the woman’s injuries are not known.

The road was closed for some time while the patient was treated and the road was recovered.

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