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Ipswich: Emergency services attend Colchester Road crash

PUBLISHED: 18:53 11 June 2014 | UPDATED: 06:53 12 June 2014

Police are investigating an assault in Ipswich

Police are investigating an assault in Ipswich

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Emergency services have attended a road traffic collision in Ipswich.

Police were called to the scene in Colchester Road just after 4.30pm, where there was a collision between a Mazda MX5 and a Citroen DS4.

One person was released by the Fire Service. Three crews from Princes Street attended.

Police said that one person had injured their leg and there was a possiblity of a spinal injury to them as well.

The road in both directions between Tuddenham Road and Sidegate Lane is partially blocked.

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