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Emergency services descend on Ipswich estate after crash

PUBLISHED: 18:39 26 September 2020 | UPDATED: 21:23 26 September 2020

Police are at the scene of a crash on the Chantry estate in Ipswich (stock image) Picture: ARCHANT

Police are at the scene of a crash on the Chantry estate in Ipswich (stock image) Picture: ARCHANT

A large number of emergency vehicles - including police, fire and ambulance crews - were sent to a crash in Ipswich tonight.

Police were called to Primrose Hill, off Hawthorn Drive on the Chantry estate, at 5.51pm.

Officers dealt with a crash involving two cars, with recovery arranged for both of the vehicles.

A police spokesman said they are yet to receive an update on any injuries suffered in the collision.

The road was closed in both directions while emergency crews dealt with the incident, but the scene is now clear.

Witnesses have reported seeing three ambulances, three police cars and three fire engines at the scene.

According to Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service’s fire incident log, firefighters from Ipswich East and two crews from Princes Street fire station responded to the incident.

Witnesses to the collision and anyone with information should call Suffolk police on 101 quoting CAD reference number 277 of today, September 26.


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