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Elderly woman seriously hurt after car crashes into tree on Felixstowe road

PUBLISHED: 15:42 20 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:42 20 September 2018

The incident happened at the junction between Cliff Road, St George's Road and Marcus Road in Felixstowe Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The incident happened at the junction between Cliff Road, St George's Road and Marcus Road in Felixstowe Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


An woman in her 70s has been taken to hospital in a critical condition following a serious road traffic incident in Felixstowe.

Officers were called at 12.10pm today with reports of a single vehicle collision involving a red Peugoet on Cliff Road in Felixstowe.

The driver, aged in her 70s, required urgent medical assistance and has been taken to Ipswich Hospital by land ambulance.

The road was closed between Church Road and the St Georges Road/Marcus Road crossroads, reopening at 2pm.

Any witnesses are asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101 quoting reference CAD 154 of 20 September.

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