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Tuddenham: Driver in hospital after car ends up in field

PUBLISHED: 06:43 28 March 2014 | UPDATED: 06:47 28 March 2014

A man was taken to hospital last night following a crash which left him with minor head injuries.

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service was called to Higham Road, Tuddenham, near Bury St Edmunds just before 12am.

Crews arrived to find a silver Dodge saloon in a field. The male driver was cut free from the vehicle before he was taken to West Suffolk Hospital at around 12.45am.

A police spokeswoman said he suffered a fractured wrist and minor head injuries.

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