A man has been airlifted to hospital following a serious crash between a lorry and a van on the A47 towards Wisbech.
Officers were called to Tilney All Saints shortly after 9.30am today (Sunday 28 January).
A man has been airlifted to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with serious injuries.
The road has been closed westbound between the Pullover Roundabout and the Wisbech Roundabout whilst emergency services are at the scene.
Police say it is likely to remain closed until at least 3pm.
Diversions have been put in place; however motorists are being urged to find alternative routes where possible.
Cambridgeshire police are appealing for information to find a woman who has gone missing from Elm near Wisbech.
49-year old Anne Gowan left her home in Elm on Friday 1st December and hasn’t been seen since.
- Approx 5'6"
- Large build
- Brown hair in a bob style
- Wearing a purple jumper and checked pyjama trousers and black trainers
“This is very out of character for Anne and we would urge anyone who has seen Anne, or may know where she is, to contact us immediately."
Anyone with information about Anne’s whereabouts should contact police on 101.
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One person has died and two others have been taken to hospital with life threatening injuries after a crash in Murrow near Wisbech.
Emergency services were called to Black Drove at around 7.10am (November 9) to reports of a two vehicle collision.
One of the occupants of one of the cars died at the scene.
Two other people have been airlifted to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge with life threatening injuries.
Black Drove is closed in both directions between Hooks Drove and Cant’s Drove and is likely to remain closed for some time. Motorists are asked to avoid the area.
Anyone with information about the collision is asked to call the Road Policing Unit on 101 quoting incident 73 of 9 November, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
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46-year old Kestutis Bauzys killed 48-year old mother of two Dzilva Butiene in what police say was a horrendous case of domestic abuse behind closed doors.
A post mortem examination carried out by Dr Nat Cary concluded Mrs Butiene died of a trauma to the abdomen that had caused a laceration to her liver in two places.
“This was a horrendous case of domestic abuse behind closed doors. Bauzys consistently lied claiming Mrs Butiene had caused her injuries herself from falling over. The expert medical evidence stated that these type of injuries would be seen either from a forceful assault, a fall from a first floor building or a high speed road collision where the victim wasn’t wearing a seatbelt. We established that Mrs Butiene had not left the flat and that Bauzys had been the only person in her company at the time she would have received the fatal injury."
“Dzilva’s death has left utter devastation to all her friends and family here in Lithuania, including her two sons. We have all been affected by her death and remain to take each day at a time.”
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