Three dead in false highway horror: The pick-up truck driver is arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after turning the wrong way on an access road and "fatally" hitting Renault
- A man was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving death
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All three occupants of a car died in a "terrible" accident when a vehicle headed in the wrong direction on a driveway crashed into them.
A man was arrested after suspected death from driving or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs after the collision with Peterborough.
The police were called on the driveway to Stanground on the Fletton Parkway at midnight yesterday.
A man was arrested after suspected death from driving or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs after the collision with Peterborough
The police were called on the driveway to Stanground on the Fletton Parkway at midnight yesterday
In the picture, a silver car was completely destroyed by the impact of a van
The arrested driver is currently in critical condition in the hospital.
A witness who called 999 said the crash scene was "terrible". They said to the mirror, "I told the police, I thought there would definitely be deaths."
Pictures of the scene showed a badly crushed little silver car and a dark pickup with a smashed bonnet and windshield.
Cambridgeshire Police Federation leader Liz Groom said it was "such sad news".
"Thoughts with the families of the deceased," she tweeted.
Also with the officials and other emergency services colleagues who took part in the incident and who sent the terrible news to relatives. One of the most difficult and difficult parts of our job that you will never forget. & # 39;
The arrested driver is currently in critical condition in the hospital. The western section of the road was closed but has since been reopened
The western section of the road was closed but has since been reopened.
According to a statement by the Cambridge Constable, “One vehicle had entered the access road incorrectly and collided head-on with another vehicle, killing all three occupants.
The police were called to a collision with two vehicles on the driveway to Stanground on the carriageway heading west.
“The driver of the vehicle in question was arrested on suspicion of death from dangerous driving and driving under the influence of drinks and / or drugs.
& # 39; He is in critical condition in the hospital. The road was closed west this morning but has now been reopened. & # 39;
Debri was distributed on the street at midnight after the collision. Both vehicles were seriously damaged by the impact
The scene will be cleared this morning. The westbound lane was closed but is now open