Cars and van overturn after crashes around Royston

PUBLISHED: 12:50 22 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:46 22 June 2016

A van overturned after the crash at the junction between Lower Gower Road and Serby Avenue at about 5pm.

A van overturned after the crash at the junction between Lower Gower Road and Serby Avenue at about 5pm.

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A van overturned on its side after a crash with a car in Royston last Thursday.

The crash, between a white Citroen Dispatch van and a red Peugeot 206, left the car badly damaged, and a woman was left with a minor head injury.

It occurred at the junction between Lower Gower Road and Serby Avenue at about 5pm.

A three-car crash between a red Citroen C1, a silver Ford Focus, and a blue Honda Accord was reported in Old North Road, Bassingbourn at 2.30pm the same day, which left one woman with an injured knee.

The day before, Wednesday, another vehicle left the road and flipped over on the A505 near Flint Cross.

A woman and child were inside, but there were no serious injuries, according to police.

A stretch of the A505 between Royston and Baldock was closed for a few hours on Tuesday after a crash on the southbound stretch, which left a white Suzuki Swift on its roof.

A grey Audi A6 was also involved in the collision.

Ambulance services treated five people, and an adult and child were taken to Lister Hospital with minor injuries.


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