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Suffolk woman charged with causing death by dangerous driving after fatal Cambridgeshire crash

PUBLISHED: 15:40 24 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:40 24 December 2017

The fatal crash happened on the A1307 between Linton and Horseheath, near the village of Bartlow. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The fatal crash happened on the A1307 between Linton and Horseheath, near the village of Bartlow. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


A 50-year-old woman from Haverhill is due to appear in court on Boxing Day charged with causing death by dangerous driving.

Sarah Hand, of Aragon Road in the town, was arrested in connection with a fatal crash on the A1307 at Bartlow in Cambridgeshire on Friday.

She is due to appear at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on December 26.

The crash, which involved two other cars, happened at around 12.15pm on the eastbound carriageway at Bartlow, around half a mile east of Horseheath Road in Linton.

A woman, who was driving a Nissan Micra, died at the scene.

She is yet to be formally identified.

A 43-year-old man who was driving the third vehicle was treated for minor injuries.

Witnesses to the crash and anyone with information should call the Cambridgeshire Roads Policing Unit on 101 quoting incident number 221 of December 22.

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