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Renault Clio involved in single-vehicle crash in Hundon, Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 09:32 01 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:32 01 October 2017

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A motorist is being treated by paramedics after the car she was driving ended up on its roof in a single-vehicle crash in west Suffolk.

A blue Renault Clio was involved in the collision in Folly Road, Hundon, at 8.45am today. The vehicle overturned and was left on its roof as a result of the crash, police said.

Three fire engines attended the scene and helped rescue the driver.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said the driver, a woman aged in her 20s, was the only person in the vehicle.

She has not suffered any serious injuries, the force spokesman said.

The woman might be taken to hospital for precautionary checks, the force spokesman added.

Recovery services were due to arrive later on Sunday morning to remove the vehicle.

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