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Colchester: Man injured in multi-vehicle crash in town

16:24 26 August 2014

A man was taken to hospital after a multi-vehicle crash in Colchester.

The ambulance service was called just before 2.30pm and dispatched two ambulances and a rapid response car to Napier Road.

The road was blocked and slow traffic was reported in both directions.

A man in his 30s suffered neck and back injuries and was taken to Colchester General Hospital.


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