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Police, ambulance and air ambulance called to Ipswich station crash

PUBLISHED: 14:50 09 August 2018 | UPDATED: 18:06 10 August 2018

The pedestrian was taken by helicopter to Addenbrooke's Hospital. Picture: ALEX RUDIGER

The pedestrian was taken by helicopter to Addenbrooke's Hospital. Picture: ALEX RUDIGER

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A pedestrian has been injured in a collision with a car outside Ipswich railway station.

The crash happened outside Ipswich railway station Picture: ARCHANTThe crash happened outside Ipswich railway station Picture: ARCHANT

Paramedics treated a person who was lying in the road at the junction of Ranelagh Road, Burrel Road and Princes Street bridge.

Police and ambulance crews were called just before 1.40pm, with major road closures now in place extending to Willoughby Hill, Ancaster Road and the whole of Princes Street bridge.

As of 3.15pm, police were beginning to reopen the roads around Ipswich station.

Nine police vehicles and two ambulances attended the scene, with the person treated by paramedics while members of the public held umbrellas to keep them dry.

Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance were deployed to assist the pediestrian and transported them to Addenbrooke’s hospital.

A large police cordon is in place around the scene.

This story is being updated, check back for the latest information.

Cordons and road closures were put in place and over 10 emergency vehicles attended the collision. Picture: ALEX RUDIGERCordons and road closures were put in place and over 10 emergency vehicles attended the collision. Picture: ALEX RUDIGER

East Anglian Air Ambulance were called to the scene. Picture: ALEX RUDIGEREast Anglian Air Ambulance were called to the scene. Picture: ALEX RUDIGER

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