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Ipswich: Ambulance called to two-vehicle collision at Henniker Road/Shafto Road

PUBLISHED: 17:53 30 November 2012

The Mercedes estate which was involved in the collision in Ipswich

The Mercedes estate which was involved in the collision in Ipswich

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A MAN was treated by paramedics after the car he was driving was involved in a collision in Ipswich.

Emergency services received the call at about 1.20pm today (November 30) to the junction of Henniker Road with Shafto Road.

The collision was between a silver Mercedes E-Class estate and a beige Vauxhall Zafira car.

A police spokesman said no one had been injured in the collision but the male driver of the Mercedes was treated for shock.

The road was cleared by police by 1.50pm.

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