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Appeal after pedestrians injured in car park collision at the Beehive Centre in Cambridge





Two pedestrians were left injured after a collision involving a vehicle in the Asda car park at the Beehive Centre in Cambridge.

Police are appealing witnesses and information following the incident, which took place around 12.10pm on Saturday, December 23.

Appeal after pedestrians injured in car park collision
Appeal after pedestrians injured in car park collision

Officers and paramedics were called to the car park after a black Honda Jazz collided with the two pedestrians.

One of the pedestrians, a woman from Cambridge, suffered serious injuries and was taken to the city’s Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

The other pedestrian, a man in his 70s, also from Cambridge, suffered minor injuries.

The driver of the Honda Jazz, a man in his 80s from Cambridge, stayed at the scene and is helping officers with their inquiries.

Anyone with information or dashcam footage should report it through the force website using reference CC-23122023-0244. Anyone without internet access should call 101.



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