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Cambridgeshire/Suffolk: Woman, 25, dies after two-vehicle crash in Six Mile Bottom

19:04 17 December 2012

Woman, 25, dies in Cambridgeshire crash

Woman, 25, dies in Cambridgeshire crash

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A WOMAN died on Monday afternoon after a two-vehicle collision near Cambridgeshire’s border with Suffolk.

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The 25-year-old was involved in a smash on London Road, Six Mile Bottom, around 1.25pm.

Police said another patient was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with minor injuries.

The crash forced the closure of the road between the A11 and the A1303.

The road had reopened by 6pm.

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