Car ends up in ditch on A505 between Royston and Duxford

10:27 02 April 2014

The ambulance service were called after a car ended up in a ditch

The ambulance service were called after a car ended up in a ditch

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A car ended up in a ditch on Sunday, causing delays.

The incident occurred at Flint Cross, on the A505 between Royston and Duxford, at just after 1pm on Sunday.

Two fire crews, one from Royston and one from Cambridge, and a doctor were called to the scene after reports of trapped passengers in the car.

Upon arrival, the crews found the trio had managed to free themselves. One person was injured and left in the care of an ambulance crew.

The road was left partially blocked until around 3.15pm.

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