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Emergency services called to London Road, Ipswich, after three-vehicle crash

PUBLISHED: 10:09 12 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:49 12 September 2017

An ambulance call handler has been shortlisted for an award. Picture: SIMON PARKER

An ambulance call handler has been shortlisted for an award. Picture: SIMON PARKER

Emergency services were called after a three-vehicle crash in Ipswich this morning.

A red Mazda, Ford Transit van, and a Ford Ka were involved in the accident on London Road, near Chantry Park, at around 8.40am.

The East of England Ambulance Service sent an ambulance crew to the incident and two people were assessed, but no-one was taken to hospital following the crash.

The accident caused the road to be blocked at the location but was cleared by 10.10am and the vehicles involved were recovered.

A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 8.40am to reports of a three-vehicle road traffic collision on London Road, Ipswich.

“An ambulance crew was dispatched to the scene to help.

“Two people were assessed but no-one needed to be taken to hospital and were discharged at the scene.”

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