A woman is in hospital after being freed from the wreckage of a serious crash by firefighters near Long Melford.

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Emergency services were called to the A134 Long Melford Bypass at around 8.35am today following reports of a two-vehicle accident.

Firefighters were forced to cut free a woman from one of the cars involved after a green Land Rover and a black Renault Clio collided, forcing the road to close in both directions for around three hours.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said the woman suffered a suspected fractured pelvis and a minor back injury and was being taken to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds after being cut free by firefighters.

It is not believed she has sustained life-threatening injuries.

Police closed the road in both directions between Acton Crossroads and Rodbridge Corner before it was reopened at 10.45am.

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