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Cyclist treated by paramedics after collision with van on A14 at Trimley St Mary

An East of England Ambulance.

An East of England Ambulance.

Paramedics are treating a cyclist following a collision with a van on the A14 eastbound at Trimley St Mary.

Police were called at 8.45am to the incident after the cyclist was in collision with a Vauxhall van.

The cyclist’s injuries are not thought to be serious.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said: “We were called at 8.45am to reports of a collision between a cyclist and a Vauxhall van on the A14 eastbound at Trimley St Mary.

“The cyclist’s injuries are not thought to be serious and the ambulance service are treating the patient.”

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