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Two lorry crashes on Suffolk's roads

PUBLISHED: 07:58 07 March 2002 | UPDATED: 11:29 03 March 2010

LORRIES have been involved in two crashes on the Suffolk's roads which have left one person in hospital.

Firefighters had to cut one casualty free from the wreckage of a smash between two cars and a heavy goods vehicle on the eastbound A14 at Great Blakenham at around 10.

LORRIES have been involved in two crashes on the Suffolk's roads which have left one person in hospital.

Firefighters had to cut one casualty free from the wreckage of a smash between two cars and a heavy goods vehicle on the eastbound A14 at Great Blakenham at around 10.50pm yesterday.

The casualty was taken to hospital.

Ambulance and fire crews were today attending a road crash involving a lorry and a car at the White Horse pub, Stoke Ash, on the A140.

The accident is believed to have happened at around 7am.


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