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Lucky escape for driver as car and lorry crash in Cambridgeshire

The aftermath of a crash at Histon, in Cambridgeshire, on Wednesday. Credit: @cambsfrs

The driver of this car had a very lucky escape after emerging from this crash with no major injuries.

Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue crews were called to Histon, near Cambridge, in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday).

The driver, whose car collided with the side of a lorry, was cut out of the vehicle.

The aftermath of a crash at Histon, in Cambridgeshire, on Wednesday. Credit: @cambsfrs

Two men caught on CCTV breaking into home with crowbar jailed

Shane Ferguson and Jason Kirkup.

Two men who broke into a house in Cambridgeshire using a crowbar have been jailed for more than four years between them.

35-year-old, Shane Ferguson, and 37-year-old, Jason Kirkup, forced their way into the property in Impington near Histon back in March. The pair left empty handed when they realised someone was upstairs.

A woman who drove them to the scene was also given a suspended sentence.

Bouland visited the property just before the burglary to check if anyone was at home but was not aware that the victim’s daughter was upstairs.

They were also clearly not aware they were being filmed on CCTV and a resident had also reported Bouland’s suspicious behaviour just before the burglary.

We are committed to arresting those carrying out burglaries in the county and this case shows how important it is that people keep their eyes and ears open and report anything suspicious immediately.

– Detective Sergeant Andrew Gaunt-Warner

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Section of the A14 in Cambridgeshire to close overnight for roadworks

The road will be closed westbound between J36 and J31.

A section of the A14 in Cambridgeshire will be shut tonight while work on the Histon to Girton Pinch-Point programme continues.

The road will be closed westbound from 9.00pm until 6.00am on Tuesday June 17 between junction 36 and junction 31. Work is being carried out on safety barriers there.

The closure and diversions will be sign posted and details of the diversions can be found here.

The adventures of Asterix from French to English

It's been tipped as one of the must-have children's books this Christmas. The latest adventure of Asterix takes him to Scotland for a fresh adventure.

The comic adventures of the warrior from Gaul have been an institution for decades now, beloved by generations of children.

There have been 35 books in total and a writer from Histon in Cambridgeshire has translated every one of them from French into English.

Claire McGlasson went to meet her, click below to see the report:

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