Cambridgeshire

Gamlingay crash boy dies in hospital

Drove Road, Gamlingay Image copyright Google
Image caption The boy and his grandfather were on foot at the time of the accident

A nine-year-old boy critically injured after being run over in Cambridgeshire has died in hospital.

Archie Stevens, from Sandy, Bedfordshire, and his grandfather were on foot when they were involved in a collision with two cars on Drove Road in Gamlingay on Thursday morning.

Grandfather Martin Harker, 68, also from Sandy, died at the scene. Archie died on Saturday afternoon.

Cambridgeshire Police have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

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