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Capel St Mary/A12: Child in hospital after two-vehicle crash

PUBLISHED: 08:41 27 March 2014 | UPDATED: 09:10 27 March 2014

Three children and another motorist were involved in the two-vehicle collision on the dual carriageway southbound at the B1070 junction at around 8am.

Three children and another motorist were involved in the two-vehicle collision on the dual carriageway southbound at the B1070 junction at around 8am.

A child is in hospital after a crash on the A12 near Capel St Mary in the morning rush-hour.

Three children and another motorist were involved in the two-vehicle collision on the dual carriageway southbound at the B1070 junction at around 8am.

One child suffered neck pain not thought to be serious and was taken to Ipswich Hospital to be checked over.

No one else was injured, an East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said.

Details of the vehicles involved were not released.

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