One person taken to hospital after two crashes in 20 minutes on A1 near Biggleswade
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Ambulance crews attended two crashes on the A1 between Sandy and Biggleswade within 20 minutes yesterday, with one person taken to hospital.
The two crashes were on the southbound carriageway near Lower Caldecote, on the way into Biggleswade.
The first, at 10.47am, was attended by a rapid response vehicle and ambulance crew.
One person was taken to Bedford Hospital for further treatment.
The second, at 11.05am, saw paramedics assess a woman described by the ambulance service as in her 50s, who did not require transport to hospital.
There was heavy traffic for a time, with one lane closed, but the road was clear again by 1pm.
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