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Driver hurt after van and car collide near Stowmarket

PUBLISHED: 13:34 19 February 2018

Ambulance staff have been called to treat a woman after a crash in Combs Lane. Picture: SIMON PARKER

Ambulance staff have been called to treat a woman after a crash in Combs Lane. Picture: SIMON PARKER

A woman is reported to be suffering head and chest pains after the car she was in collided with a van in Suffolk this afternoon.

Suffolk police received reports of an accident in Combs Lane, near to the junction with the B1115, west of Stowmarket.

A force spokesman said the collision, which was reported at around 12.20pm, involved a van and a car.

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has been called to treat the woman in the car.

There are no reports of road closures or any other injuries.

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