Boy, 14, who was in a serious condition after Stevenage A602 crash is released from hospital

A 14-year-old boy has been discharged from Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, almost a week after

A 14-year-old boy has been discharged from Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, almost a week after being involved in a serious crash on the Stevenage A602. - Credit: Archant

A 14-year-old boy who was taken to hospital in a serious condition after a crash on the Stevenage A602 has now been discharged.

The boy – who was travelling in a black Ford Fiesta when it collided with a green Vauxhall Astra and a white and blue arctic lorry on Broadhall Way at about 4pm on December 16 – was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge but has now been released, a police spokesman confirmed today.

The 39-year-old woman driving the Fiesta remains at Lister Hospital in a serious condition, while the other 14-year-old boy in the car sustained slight injuries and was discharged from Addenbrooke’s soon after.

The Astra driver – a 78-year-old woman – is still at Lister Hospital in a serious condition, as is her 83-year-old male passenger.

The driver of the lorry suffered shock but did not require hospital treatment following the crash, which took place at the roundabout for Shephall Way and Oaks Cross.


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The road was closed for four hours while an investigation was carried out and anyone with information about the collision or the movements of the vehicles in the lead up to it is urged to call police on 101, quoting Operation Dander.

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