Huntingdon: Coach And Lorry Crash

The driver of a coach has been cut free by firefighters after a crash between his vehicle and a lorry on the A14 in Cambridgeshire.

Emergency services, including the emergency medical charity Magpas, were called to the westbound carriageway, near to the Spittals Interchange, at around 9am today (Tuesday).

The driver of the coach was trapped by his steering-wheel and had to be cut out of the vehicle by firefighters.

Nobody on the coach was injured and the coach-driver was left with minor injuries.

The lorry driver had slight head injuries but was not trapped.

The crash caused delays of up to one hour on the A14 around Huntingdon.

Picture: Magpas

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