Woman receives injuries to neck and shoulder in Felixstowe crash

An East of England Ambulance Trust ambulance. Photograph Simon Parker

An East of England Ambulance Trust ambulance. Photograph Simon Parker


A woman in her 50s has received neck and shoulder injuries following a two-car crash in Felixstowe this afternoon.

Police officers were called to the scene in Garrison Lane at around 12.10pm today, Wednesday, June 21.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said that the crash happened close to Felixstowe International College and involved a Masda and a Fiat Panda.

She said the driver of the Masda car, a woman believed to be in her 50s, had suffered possible injuries to her neck and shoulder during the collision.

“The call came in at 12.12pm for a two vehicle collision,” she said.
“It is described as being by the crossing near the Felixstowe International College.

“There is one lady in her 50s with a possible injury to her shoulder and neck pain.

“There is no obstruction to the road.

“Both cars had been moved to the side of the road.”

If you have any information for police in relation to this incident call 101.

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