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Paramedic injured in road crash

A paramedic has been injured in a crash in Cambridgeshire between his rapid response vehicle and another car.

The man was on a 999 call to a cardiac arrest earlier when his car crashed with a Land Rover at a junction between the B1411 and the A10 near Ely.

The man who works for the East of England Ambulance Service was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital with minor chest injuries but should be released later.

The driver of the Land Rover was not injured. The road has been cleared.

The ambulance service said as well as the police investigation into the crash it would carry out its own internal inquiry.



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