Four vehicle crash on A12
FOUR vehicles have been involved in an accident on the A12 in Suffolk.Police, fire crews and the ambulance service are on the scene at the stretch of road near Little Glemham following the collision at around 10.50am.
FOUR vehicles have been involved in an accident on the A12 in Suffolk.
Police, fire crews and the ambulance service were called to Little Glemham following the collision at around 10.50am.
An ambulance service spokesman said a woman in her 70s had been taken to hospital in an air ambulance, with neck injuries.
Two other women were taken to hospital, one with a neck injury and one with a back injury, and two elderly men were taken in, one with a chest injury and the other with a knee injury.
None of the patients' injuries were life-threatening.
Three other people were treated at the scene.
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One of the patients taken to hospital had to be cut free by the Suffolk Fire Service.
A police spokeswoman said the vehicles involved were a white Ford Transit, a bronze Peugeot 406, a red Toyota Avensis and a blue Ford Escort.
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