Three people suffered serous injuries in a crash involving a lorry and a Nissan Micra at a Peterborough Service Station this morning.
On Friday, December 15 at 12.10am, one fire crew and a rescue vehicle from Dogsthorpe, and one crew from Yaxley were called to a road traffic collision at Peterborough Service Station, Haddon.
Crews arrived to find a collision involving one lorry and one car.
Using specialist cutting equipment, one casualty was released from a vehicle and left in the care of paramedics. Two casualties got out of the vehicle before crews arrived and were left in the care of the ambulance service.
Three ambulance crews and an ambulance officer from the East of England Ambulance Service treated one patient who had suffered a suspected broken leg, one patient who had a head injury and another patient who had chest pain.
All three were taken to Peterborough City Hospital for further care.