Pulled to safety by Ipswich firefighters
A MAN was rescued from his car by firefighters after a traffic accident in Ipswich.Fire crews had to remove the top of his car to reach the man, who was complaining of neck pain.
A MAN was rescued from his car by firefighters after a traffic accident in Ipswich.
Fire crews had to remove the top of his car to reach the man, who was complaining of neck pain.
He was pulled to safety and taken to Ipswich Hospital.
The man in the other car, who was suffering from chest pain, was also taken to Ipswich Hospital.
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The injuries are not thought to be serious.
The incident occurred after two cars, one a blue Honda Civic, collided in Chevallier Street.
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Fire crews, ambulance and police rushed to the scene at about 12.15pm.
Police closed off Chevallier Street from Bramford Road to Waterloo Road for about an hour.