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Haverhill/Ipswich: Woman injured after being in a collision with BMW X5

PUBLISHED: 14:30 25 July 2014 | UPDATED: 14:30 25 July 2014

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An ambulance crew has examined a woman who was in a collision with a vehicle in Haverhill.

Police were called to High Street at 11.30am after reports a pedestrian was hurt.

A force spokesman said the female, who is in her 20s, had suffered “minor injuries”.

In a separate incident, police were called to Paul’s Road, Ipswich, when a motorbike collided with a car at around 11.50am.

The road was blocked for a time, with the spokesman saying it was a minor collision.

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