Woman injured in A505 Flint Cross crash

PUBLISHED: 16:00 22 June 2018

One of the vehicles involved in the crash on the A505 at Flint Cross. Picture: @Cambsfrs

One of the vehicles involved in the crash on the A505 at Flint Cross. Picture: @Cambsfrs


A woman was injured in a crash on the A505 at Flint Cross earlier today.

Emergency services attended the scene of the crash between a car and a van at around 12.10pm – and the road was closed by police.

A Cambs fire service spokesman said that the south roaming fire engine from Cambridgeshire and one crew from Royston attended to free a trapped woman.

An ambulance service spokeswoman said: “We sent an ambulance crew and a rapid response vehicle to the scene. They treated a woman, aged in her 50s, with head and neck pain, and transferred her to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge for further care.”

At 2.20pm, Cambs police tweeted that the road had reopened.

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