Suffolk road crashes
DRIVERS have escaped serious injuries after two separate road accidents in Suffolk today. Police, ambulance and fire crews attended a two-car accident on the B1084 at Sudbourne, near Woodbridge, at 10.45am.
DRIVERS have escaped serious injuries after two separate road accidents in Suffolk today.
Police, ambulance and fire crews attended a two-car accident on the B1084 at Sudbourne, near Woodbridge, at 10.45am.
The accident involved a red Renault Trafic van and a red Ford Escort and saw one the vehicles end up on its roof. Only minor injuries were sustained.
A few minutes earlier, at 10.30am, emergency services attended a collision on the Lowestoft-bound carriageway of the A12 at Martlesham.
One lane of the road, between junctions with the A14 and the A1214, was blocked by the crash, which included a car and a lorry.
Three people suffered minor injuries but no one was taken to hospital.
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