Seven people injured in road crash
A ROAD in east Suffolk is closed tonight after a three vehicle crash which left one motorist requiring an air ambulance.
SEVEN people have been taken to hospital after a three vehicle crash on a village road which left one motorist requiring an air ambulance.
The collision happened on Snape Road, Sudbourne, near Woodbridge and left seven people needing medical attention.
Paramedics and police were called to the scene at just after 3.15pm to the multi accident which has left one person with “serious” injuries.
An air ambulance was scrambled to take the person to Ipswich Hospital, whilst a land ambulance took a family of other casualties to the hospital.
The air lifted patient is said to have suffered serious head and chest injuries and another casualty has chest pains.
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Police have cordoned off the road tonight while an investigation gets underway and local diversions are in place.
A silver Honda Civic, a Silver Mercedes and a Blue Ford Galaxy are all believed to have been involved in the crash.
An East of Ambulance spokesperson said she believed the children involved in the accident had only suffered minor injuries but were accompanying their parents to Ipswich Hospital.