Road reopens after four vehicle smash
A ROAD on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border has reopened following a four vehicle collision today.A total of six people were taken to hospital after four vehicles collided on the A1307 at Horseheath, near Haverhill.
A ROAD on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border has reopened following a four vehicle collision today.
A total of six people were taken to hospital after four vehicles collided on the A1307 at Horseheath, near Haverhill
A white Skoda Felicia, white Ford Transit van, yellow Ford Transit van and blue Nissan Primera collided at about 6.40am.
Three people had to be cut from vehicles by Cambridgeshire fire service.
Three people were taken to West Suffolk Hospital and a further three people were taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital
The A1307 was blocked in both directions for several hours.
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Anyone with information on the collision is asked to contact Pc Kevin Drury at the St Neots road policing unit on 08454 564 564.