Two people were taken to hospital in Cambridge after a collision on Wimblington Road, Manea last night (Thursday).
Emergency services were called at around 9pm to reports of a car on its roof in a field and the road was closed for sometime while the incident was dealt with.
One man in his 50s was lying outside the Mini Cooper car when paramedics arrived and fire crews worked to removed a second man also in his 50s from the vehicle.
The Magpas team assessed the first man suffered non-life-threatening. A team from EAAA (East Anglia Air Ambulance) continued to treat the patient, before they accompanied him to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in a Land Ambulance.
The Magpas Helimedix worked alongside firefighters to safely release the second man was trapped in the vehicle and suffered internal injuries.
The Magpas team provided enhanced accident and emergency level care and accompanied the patient in a land ambulance to Peterborough City Hospital, monitoring his condition all the way. On arrival at the hospital, he was in a critical condition.