A10 crash at Foxton railway crossing

PUBLISHED: 12:48 22 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:59 22 June 2018

There are long tailbacks on the A10 at Foxton after a crash at the railway crossing.

There are long tailbacks on the A10 at Foxton after a crash at the railway crossing.


There are long tailbacks on the A10 this afternoon after a crash at the railway crossing in Foxton.

Police have advised motorists to avoid the area after the crash, which involved a silver Mercedes and a silver A5.

A police spokesman said: “It appears the Mercedes driver may have had a medical episode and he is being treated by paramedics.

“No serious injury, but there is traffic disruption in the area now.”

The Crow is awaiting further updates from the ambulance service.


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