Firefighters rescue man after crash between lorry, tractor and van

B1095 in Peterborough
B1095 in Peterborough -Credit:Google

A man with serious injuries has been rescued by firefighters after a crash between a lorry, tractor and van. Emergency services were called to the incident on the B1095 in Peterborough at around 6.30am on Wednesday morning (May 1).

Cambridgeshire Police is appealing for witnesses. A spokesperson for the force said: "Police are appealing for witnesses and dashcam footage after a three-vehicle collision left a man with serious injuries. A lorry, tractor and van collided in Ramsey Road, between Farcet and Pondersbridge, at about 6.20am on Wednesday (1 May).

"The van driver was taken to Peterborough City Hospital with serious injuries. Anyone who saw what happened or has dashcam footage of the build-up to the collision should report it through the force website using reference CC-01052024-0076.

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"Anyone without internet access should call 101. "

A Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue spokesperson said: "At 6.29am, crews from Stanground and Dogsthorpe were called to a road traffic collision on B1095 in Farcet Fen involving a lorry, tractor and van.

"Using specialist equipment, firefighters released a casualty who was left in the care of ambulance crews. The crews returned to their stations by 7.40am."

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called just after 6.15am to attend a road traffic collision on the B1095 Ramsey Road involving a tractor and a van.

“Two ambulances, an ambulance officer vehicle and the Magpas Air Ambulance response car were sent to the scene. One patient, an adult male, was transported to Peterborough City Hospital for further treatment.”

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