Assaults in Ipswich and Felixstowe
A man and a woman were taken to hospital after being injured in an alleged assault.
IPSWICH: A man and a woman were taken to hospital after being injured in an alleged assault.
Police were called at just before 1am on Saturday, after reports of a confrontation at St Mary-le-Tower Church in Tower Street, Ipswich.
After arriving on scene, officers contacted the East of England Ambulance Service and requested their assistance.
A man and a woman, both believed to be 20 years old, were taken to Ipswich Hospital and are believed to have both suffered head injuries.
Meanwhile in Felixstowe, emergency services were called to another alleged assault which started in a Suffolk nightclub.
The East of England Ambulance Service was called at 3.04am on Saturday to Bent Hill in Felixstowe after receiving reports of a brawl which had left one man unconscious.
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After arriving on scene, paramedics discovered a 24-year-old man in the toilet of the venue.
The man is believed to have suffered cuts to the head and a black eye - he was taken to Ipswich Hospital where he remained until 8.20am yesterday .
A spokesman for Suffolk Police said that CCTV from the nightclub had been monitored and that the injured man was asked to return to Felixstowe Police Station.
The spokesman later added that the incident was deemed as a minor wound without intention and that no further action was to be taken.
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