Woman injured after mobility scooter and tractor crash in Royston

PUBLISHED: 15:54 06 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:54 06 August 2018

A woman was injured after a crash in Royston this afternoon.  File photo. Picture: Casey Gutteridge

A woman was injured after a crash in Royston this afternoon. File photo. Picture: Casey Gutteridge


A woman using a mobility scooter was injured after a crash with a tractor in Royston town centre this afternoon.

Police were called at about 1.20pm today to the incident in Priory Lane, and closed the A10 from Sun Hill to Melbourn Street.

A force spokeswoman said: “It was reported that a woman on a mobility scooter had collided with the rear of a tractor and had suffered injuries.

“The ambulance service is also in attendance and road closures are currently in place.”

The Crow is awaiting further details from the ambulance service.

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