A man is being treated for life threatening injuries at Addenbrooke's Hospital after a minibus crashed into a ditch in Leverington near Wisbech.
Emergency services were called to Sutton Road just before 6am on Tuesday 2nd August. Seven passengers as well as the driver were on board. One man is seriously injured.
The road was closed in both directions between Parson Drove Lane and the A1165 Little Ramper but has since been reopened.
Police are appealing for information after a man was hit around the head with a baseball bat.
The incident happened on Alexandra Road in Wisbech on July 23, when a man in his 20s, who was driving a silver Fiat Punto, crashed in to the front of a green car while trying to move away from an obstruction.
Following the crash the victim was approached by a passenger from the green car who was carrying a baseball bat.
Concerned for his safety the victim drove off but was pursued through Wisbech by the green car.
The victim stopped his car on Redmoor Lane and left the vehicle to enter a house when he was grabbed by one of the men from the green car who struck him round the head with a baseball bat while a second man threw stones at him.
The green car then left the scene heading towards the A47.
The victim suffered minor injuries.
Police are keen to speak to two men described as of a heavy build, white with tanned skin, and aged between 20 and 40.
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Events to mark The Queen's 90th birthday have got underway. Schoolchildren across our region have been doing their bit.
Pupils at Orchards Primary in Wisbech have been busy making bunting and crowns.
They told ITV Anglia what they think of their monarch and even had a few gift ideas Her Majesty may like.
The parents of a Cambridgeshire Tory activist who took his own life are expected to make a statement today at the hearing into his death.
Elliot Johnson from Wisbech was found on railway tracks in Bedfordshire last September.
He left a letter making allegations of bullying within the Tory Party. But today's inquest will not be looking those claims.
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A 43-year-old man accused of murdering a woman in Wisbech has appeared in court.
Steven Stocks, who is also from Wisbech, is also charged with preventing the lawful and decent burial of 53-year-old Laraine Rayner.
The mother-of-three was found stabbed to death at a property in Mill Road.
Stocks is set to appear at Cambridge Crown Court on October 17.
A man has been charged with murder after a woman was found dead in Wisbech last month.
53-year-old Laraine Rayner was stabbed to death at a house in Mill Road on April 24.
43-year-old Steven Stocks from Wisbech has now been charged with murder, as well as preventing a lawful and decent burial.
Stocks will appear at Peterborough Magistrates' this morning.
A has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the discovery of a woman’s body at a house in Wisbech.
The 43-year-old was arrested following the discovery of the woman, who is in her 50s, in Mill Close.
Police were called at just after 9.40pm yesterday (Sunday) after reports people were concerned for a woman at the house.
The arrested man is currently being treated in hospital for minor injuries.
A post mortem examination is to be carried out at Peterborough City Hospital.
A driver caught with drugs levels more than one hundred times over the legal driving limit has been jailed for 18 weeks.
Gintars Garkajs, 30, from Wisbech was also banned from driving for five years.
Garkajs was stopped in his Audi A6 in January and a roadside drugs test revealed cocaine in his system. Further tests showed he was 100 times over the limit for MDMA (ecstacy) as well as being more than 10 times over set limits for cocaine and benzoylecgonine.
“Driving under the influence of drugs is completely unacceptable.
"By doing so you significantly increase the chance of being involved in a serious, even fatal collision. It’s simple, if you’ve consumed drugs, don’t risk driving.”
Drug drive limits are set very low for illegal substances and there are also designated levels for some prescription medications.
Roadside drug testing kits can now detect the presence of cocaine and cannabis in someone’s system.
- During March police officers in Cambridgeshire conducted 29 roadside drugs tests with 18 motorists testing positive.