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Man taken to hospital after two vehicle crash

PUBLISHED: 21:28 29 November 2018 | UPDATED: 21:28 29 November 2018

The incident in Ufford left the B1438 blocked and one man has been taken to hospital. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The incident in Ufford left the B1438 blocked and one man has been taken to hospital. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The incident in Ufford left the B1438 blocked. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

A male driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries after two cars collided in Ufford.

The incident, which involed a collision between a Toyota and a Dodge on the B1438 was reported at 5.53pm on Thursday.

Three fire engines were called to the scene and the B1438 was temporarily blocked in both directions with a large build up of traffic around the area.

Recovery arrived at the scene at 8pm and police say the road was soon cleared.

Stay with us for further updates.

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