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Two people hurt in Suffolk crashes

PUBLISHED: 10:46 02 December 2001 | UPDATED: 10:58 03 March 2010

TWO people are recovering in hospital today after two separate crashes in Suffolk last night.

The first took place just after 6pm in Burke Close, Ipswich, on the Castle Hill estate when a Toyota Carina and a Suzuki were in collision with each other.

TWO people are recovering in hospital today after two separate crashes in Suffolk last night.

The first took place just after 6pm in Burke Close, Ipswich, on the Castle Hill estate when a Toyota Carina and a Suzuki were in collision with each other.

Two fire engines from the town's stations in Colchester Road and Princes Street were called to the scene and helped release a female passenger from one of the vehicles.

A rapid response vehicle and an ambulance from the East Anglian Ambulance Service were also called out and the woman was taken to Ipswich Hospital, in Heath Road.

The second crash happened at around 11pm near Woolpit at Leggetts Hall Yard when a Ford Feista car came off the road and ended on its roof in a ditch.

Fire crews from Bury St Edmunds, Elmswell and Ixworth were called to the incident and a man was cut out of his car.

A doctor, a rapid response vehicle and an ambulance also attended and the driver was taken to the West Suffolk Hospital, in Bury.


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