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Child suffers minor injuries during car crash in Bell Lane, Kesgrave

PUBLISHED: 14:01 15 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:03 15 April 2017

Bell Lane and Main Road junction in Kesgrave where the work took place. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

Bell Lane and Main Road junction in Kesgrave where the work took place. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

A 10-year-old boy was treated for a bump to the head today after he was involved in a two-vehicle collision.

Emergency services were called to Bell Lane in Kesgrave, near the junction with Foxhall Road, just before 11.15am.

There were children in one of the vehicles, a police spokesman said.

A boy, aged 10, suffered minor head injuries and no one was else was hurt during the crash.

The collision involved a Nissan Qashqai and a BMW.

Recovery was arranged for both of the vehicles at the request of the owners, the police spokesman added.

Motorists reported heavy traffic in the area following the incident.

Suffolk Constabulary and the East of England Ambulance Service Trust attended.

Kesgrave is a suburb in Suffolk on the eastern edge of Ipswich.

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