Two people in hospital after crash
TWO people are recovering today after being taken to hospital following a two-vehicle crash in Stowmarket.The accident, which saw a silver Ford Escort and a red BMW coupe involved in a collision, happened just before 10pm yesterday in Mill Lane.
TWO people are recovering today after being taken to hospital following a two-vehicle crash in Stowmarket.
The accident, which saw a silver Ford Escort and a red BMW coupe involved in a collision, happened just before 10pm yesterday in Mill Lane.
One man was taken to Ipswich Hospital for treatment, while a second was conveyed to West Suffolk Hospital, in Bury St Edmunds, with a fractured jaw.
A spokeswoman for the fire service said they were called to the scene but the two casualties had been freed by the time they got there.
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Police last night appealed for witnesses to the crash to call 01473 613500.
Meanwhile a car spun into a cottage alongside the busy A12 in Suffolk yesterday - just a month after a neighbouring property was hit twice in a day.
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The accident happened along the Colchester-bound carriageway of the road at about 11am.
The car left the road in wet conditions and crashed into the roadside property, which is next door to a home hit twice by cars in less than eight hours on August 24.
The driver escaped yesterday's incident without serious injury.