Two injured on Suffolk roads
A WOODBRIDGE man involved in a road traffic accident is today said to be in a "very poorly" condition.The teenager was airlifted to Ipswich Hospital after his car ploughed into a tree.
A WOODBRIDGE man involved in a road traffic accident is today said to be in a "very poorly" condition.
The teenager was airlifted to Ipswich Hospital after his car ploughed into a tree at around 10.30am yesterday. He was driving a Ford Orion car near to Glevering Hall, Wickham Market, on a country lane near to the B1078 when the accident happened.
The man has since been transferred to Addenbrooke's Hospital, in Cambridge.
Meanwhile, an 81-year-old Ipswich man who was involved in a road traffic accident in Heath Road, Ipswich, has suffered a broken leg and wrist.
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His injuries are said to be serious but not life threatening.
The man was in collision with the car near to traffic lights along Heath Road at around 4pm.
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The road was closed for two-and-a-half hours while accident investigators surveyed the scene.