Woman trapped after two-car collision on A10 at Buntingford

PUBLISHED: 08:41 05 January 2018 | UPDATED: 08:55 05 January 2018

Police were called after the collision on the A10 yesterday evening.

Police were called after the collision on the A10 yesterday evening.


The A10 north of Buntingford was closed temporarily last night after a crash involving two vehicles.

Police were called at 11.12pm after a Citroen C3 and a Kia Sedona collided.

The road was closed northbound at the junction with the Wyddial turn-off while emergency services worked at the scene.

A woman was left trapped in the Citroen and was freed by the fire service.

Both vehicles were recovered and the road was reopened at around 1.15am.


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