Cambridge Ambulance Crash

29 March 2011, 14:50

An ambulance responding to an emergency call has been involved in a crash with a car on a main route into Cambridge.

It happened on the A1309 Hauxton Road in Trumpington at around 11am this morning.

The passengers of the car, a man and woman in their eighties, were hurt and taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital.

Their condition is not serious.

Another two ambulances, a rapid response car and a fire engine were all sent to the scene of the accident, which closed the road for around three hours.

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "All of the emergency services at the scene worked together to deal with the incident which closed the road temporarily. 

The ambulance service will carry out a thorough internal investigation into what caused the collision and assist the Police with their investigation."

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