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He sped off from officers after mounting a kerb and driving through two junctions.
Simultaneous services were held for Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones, who were stabbed last month.
The NHS trust which runs Stamford and Rutland Hospital has been told by health watchdog inspectors it 'requires improvement'.
Several concerns have been raised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), including the number of qualified, competent and experienced staff at the North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust.
CQC inspectors visited the hospitals between 30 July and 13 September and said a number of services "had deteriorated" since their last visit in 2018.
The report said the trust needed to ensure it had enough suitably qualified, competent, skilled and experienced staff.
It also said clear and up-to-date patient records, including resuscitation information in end-of-life care, should be better maintained.
Caroline Walker, the trust's chief executive, said the rating was "disappointing".
Mrs Walker said the trust would use the report "as a good source of information to progress our continuous improvement".
The trust also runs the Peterborough City and Hinchingbrooke hospitals in Cambridgeshire.
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There are three seats in Cambridgeshire that are worth keeping a close eye on. Each will tell a different story from this election.
The first is Peterborough (pictured), where we had a by-election in May. Labour narrowly won then, with the Brexit Party coming second, but it seems that it could be the Conservatives night this time round.
Then there’s Cambridge. Labour significantly increased its majority in 2017, but the Liberal Democrats is hoping that their Brexit policy will help them win back the seat they lost back in 2015.
And finally, Heidi Allen’s former seat of South Cambridgeshire. With Heidi stepping down this is a hard one to predict, it’s previously been a safe Conservative seat, but it’s a remain area and the Liberal Democrats won control of the district council in 2017, so could they have the same success with an MP?
Two friends, who had attended Cambridge University, were stabbed to death in the capital on Friday.