Man taken to hospital after serious incident in Ipswich

The parade of shops at Ellenbrook Green where there was a serious incident and a man was taken to ho

The parade of shops at Ellenbrook Green where there was a serious incident and a man was taken to hospital. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: DENISE BRADLEY/Archant2021

A man has been taken to hospital after what appears to be a serious incident near a parade of shops in Ipswich.

Police tape and several police vehicles have been seen at the junction of Ellenbrook Road and Sheldrake Drive on Saturday evening.

Police tape and vehicles could be seen at the junction of Ellenbrook Road and Sheldrake Drive.

Police tape and vehicles could be seen at the junction of Ellenbrook Road and Sheldrake Drive. - Credit: Contributed

A police spokeswoman confirmed there had been an incident in the area of the shops on Ellenbrook Road - but no further details are being released at this stage. 

She said: "A male has been injured and taken to hospital but we don't know the extent of the injuries at the moment. 

"No-one has been arrested but there is a crime scene on at the moment.

"If anyone has any information we'd ask them to call 101 quoting CAD 357."

The parade of shops at Ellenbrook Green where there was a serious incident and a man was taken to ho

The parade of shops at Ellenbrook Green where there was a serious incident and a man was taken to hospital. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: DENISE BRADLEY/Archant2021

A member of staff at the Ellenbrook Green Londis said: "I didn't see anything but I heard, like, fighting noises. I was just in the shop serving customers — I thought it was all normal.

"Then there were blue lights all over the place and I realised something was going on. They've taped off the car park and one road."

The parade of shops at Ellenbrook Green where there was a serious incident and a man was taken to ho

The parade of shops at Ellenbrook Green where there was a serious incident and a man was taken to hospital. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: DENISE BRADLEY/Archant2021


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