Follow-up to Wheatsheaf Crossroads request
Mr Colin Silvester made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Coroner Service
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Dear Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Coroner Service,
Thank you for your reply declining to give any information about the outcome of the Coroner's inquest into the fatal accident at Wheatsheaf Crossroads, near Bluntisham in November 2019. Over the previous six years there have been 29 casualties and, I believe, at least three deaths. There is considerable public concern about the safety of the junction.
Please would you at least be able to provide a precis of the report focussing solely on safety recommendations and/or provide a link to where the report has been published?
Mr Colin Silvester
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