One killed and two seriously injured in Royston crashes
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ONE driver has been killed and another two people seriously injured following two separate accidents last night (Monday) near Royston.
A driver was killed in a crash on the A507 near Buntingford yesterday evening and another was seriously injured, while another driver is in a critical condition following a separate incident on the A505.
Emergency services attended the crash on the A507 after a blue Citreon Saxo collided with a silver Vauxhall Corsa at around 6.30pm, but the driver of the Saxo was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver of the Corsa sustained serious head injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke’s for further treatment last night.
Emergency services were called to the Litlington junction of the A505 near Royston before that after a separate incident involving a Ford Fiesta and a Volkswagen Golf left the driver of the Golf with serious injuries.
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EEAST spokesman Gary Sanderson, who attended the collision said: “A woman received serious injuries and following treatment by land and air ambulance crews, she was taken by land to Addenbrookes Hospital for further care.”
The second call was received at 6.29pm along the A507 between Cottered to Buntingford Road where two vehicles had collided. Ambulance crews from Buntingford, Letchworth and Stevenage, BEARS Immediate Care Scheme and the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance (by land vehicle) attended the scene.
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EEAST spokesman Gary Sanderson who also attended the scene said: “Sadly on our arrival, a man was pronounced dead at the scene. Our thoughts are with his family at this tragic time.” A second casualty, a man, was treated at the roadside by ambulance, Doctors and a critical care paramedic before he was taken to Addenbrookes with serious injuries.”
Police have since issued a warning to drivers to take extra care on the roads following heavy downpours yesterday.