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Woman seriously injured in another serious collision on A16 at Crowland

By Paul Fisher

Road accident
Road accident

A woman has been seriously injured in a collision on the A16 at Crowland.

Emergency services were called to the scene shortly before 7pm last night, Monday, June 1, following a collision between a Toyota Avensis and a Renault Laguna.

A 35-year-old female passenger from the Avensis suffered internal injuries and was taken to Peterborough City Hospital, before being later transferred to Addenbrookes in Cambridgeshire. Her condition is serious but stable.

The driver of the Avensis was treated for fractured ribs and an infant escaped with no injuries. The family is from the Long Sutton area.

It is not believed that the driver of the Laguna suffered any injury.

The road was reopened at midnight.

Any witnesses who have not already spoken with police should call 101, quoting the incident number 355 of June 1.

The crash follows a fatal collision in which an elderly woman was killed two weeks ago and led to calls for improvements to the road’s safety.


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