Pedestrian killed in St Ives bus and car collision

Accident in St Ives The crash happened in Market Road at about 11:15 BST

A pedestrian has died and another has been seriously injured after a collision involving a bus and a car in a Cambridgeshire town, police said.

At least three ambulances, an air ambulance and other emergency services were called to the accident in Market Road in St Ives at about 11:15 BST.

Two people in the car suffered minor injuries.

Roads around the bus station were cordoned off and police have appealed for witnesses to contact them.

Accident in St Ives A pedestrian died and another was taken to hospital with serious injuries, police confirmed

Michael Burke, who was in St Ives at the time, said: "At the moment there are crowds of people, four ambulances, lots of fire engines and the air ambulance has just taken off from a few fields away.

"They have cordoned off quite a big section [of the town]."

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