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Hadleigh: Woman and two children taken to hospital after single-vehicle accident

PUBLISHED: 15:43 08 August 2014 | UPDATED: 15:43 08 August 2014

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A woman and two children had to be taken to hospital after a single-vehicle accident just outside Hadleigh.

The incident happened on the A1071 this afternoon at around 1.30pm.

A man, a woman, three children and an infant were in the vehicle involved.

The woman and two children have been taken to Ipswich Hospital, although their injuries are not believed to be serious.

The road had been cleared by 2.45pm.

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