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Man Cut Free From Overturned HGV In Gamlingay
Fire crews have had to cut a lorry driver free, after his HGV crashed into a field in Gamlingay.
Crews from St Neots and Gamlingay were called to a road traffic collision in Stocks Lane, at around 3pm yesterday.
A light goods vehicle had landed on its side in a field.
It was carrying soil and the driver was trapped in the cab. Firefighters used specialist cutting equipment to release a male casualty, who was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Crew returned to their stations by 6.05pm.
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