Horrific photos from the scene of a crash on a Cambridge road show thousands of pounds worth of damage as the road is sealed off by police.
Emergency services are responding to the multi-vehicle collision on Fen Road, which witnesses have described as a 'street race gone wrong.'
Six vehicles were involved in the crash, including a Nissan pick up and a Toyota Landcruiser.
Fen Road, in the East Chesterton area of Cambridge, is one of the city's most notorious roads.
Families living in and around the area have accused police of failing to take action over dangerous driving and a litany of attacks on cyclists and pedestrians .
A witness at the scene said a cordon had been put in place.
She said: "There are loads of police cars and fire engines and they were just putting up a cordon and closing the road but I managed to get through towards the train station.
"I passed six cars that were written off. Its unbelievable on a road like this."
A police spokeswoman said: "We were called at around 7.30pm.
"Six vehicles were involved but it doesn't look like anyone was hurt.
"Fire and ambulance went as well and recovery are there at the moment.
"The driver of one vehicle ran off but their vehicle is still there. Crime scene officers are at the scene."
Witnesses described a 'street race' before taking place before the crash.
Police are appealing for anybody with information to come forward.
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