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Badley: Man in 60s in hospital after car ends up in ditch in two-vehicle collision

PUBLISHED: 19:43 05 September 2014

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A man in his 60s was taken to hospital after the car he was driving ended up in a ditch following a collision in Suffolk.

The man suffered chest injuries not thought to be serious following the two-vehicle crash in Stowmarket Road, Badley at around 2.45pm today.

His red Vauxhall Astra ended up in a ditch as a result of the collision, police said.

Details of the other vehicle involved were not released.

An ambulance spokesman said the man was taken to Ipswich Hospital for precautionary reasons.

Police said no arrests were made at the scene.

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