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Ipswich: Motorist taken to hospital after two-vehicle crash in Larchcroft Road

PUBLISHED: 09:11 18 March 2014 | UPDATED: 09:11 18 March 2014

One person taken to hospital after Ipswich crash

One person taken to hospital after Ipswich crash

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A woman was taken to hospital last night after a collision in Ipswich.

The woman had to be released from her vehicle by fire crews after the accident in Larchcroft Road, Ipswich.

Emergency services were called to the two-vehicle crash around 4.15pm, the cars involved were a Honda Civic and a Jaguar X-Type.

Firefighters set to work stabilising the vehicle and used hydraulic cutting equipment to begin releasing the casualty who was taken to Ipswich Hospital.

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  • I love the reporting on this website. It was a two vehicle crash only in the sense that the Civic crashed into a parked Jaguar. Interestingly, the Civic was going fast enough to roll over onto its roof.

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    Alice

    Tuesday, March 18, 2014

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