Two people needed hospital treatment after a three-vehicle crash on the A17 in Long Sutton earlier today, it has been confirmed.
Emergency services were alerted as early as 8.10am this morning to a collision involving a lorry and two cars near the A17/A1101 roundabout in Wiscech Road.
Paramedics treated two people complaining of back and neck pain and they were later taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, for further care.
Police had to close a section of the A17 between Wisbech Road, Long Sutton, and Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge.
TUESDAY 11.15AM: A17 partially blocked after crash in Long Sutton
The A17 was partially blocked after a crash on the A1101 Wisbech Road at Long Sutton this morning (Tuesday).
Two cars and a lorry collided at around 8.30am and firefighters from Long Sutton, Wisbech and Spalding used hydraulic cutting gear to release one casualty, who was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.