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Father and sons die in collision

A father and his two sons have been killed in a collision involving two vehicles on a road in Cambridgeshire.

Five other people are in Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge after the crash on the A1307 at Linton on Saturday.

Two of the injured are children whose condition is described as "critical" while the other three have serious injuries, police said.

David Bocking, 43, from Halstead in Essex, and his sons, Daniel and Stephen, aged 14 and 13, were killed.

The accident, involved a red Peugeot 806 estate and a silver VW Golf.

The injured are a 39-year-old woman, an eight-year-old girl and a 60-year-old man who are described as critical.

A 50-year-old woman is in a serious condition, while a 13-year-old girl is said to be serious but stable, Cambridgeshire police said.

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