Woman hurt after A47 crash at Thorney Toll

Woman hurt after A47 crash at Thorney Toll

Published by Chris Craddock
4:21pm 18th June 2019.

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A woman has been hurt after a serious crash on the A47 in Fenland.

Cambridgeshire Police were called out to the scene at Thorney Toll at around 2:45pm today (18th June).

Paramedics from East of England Ambulance Service also attended the scene.

Officers have told KLFM that the extent of the woman's injuries are unclear at the moment.

The A47 is partially blocked in both directions as a result.

Get the latest traffic updates on KLFM's Travel Page.

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