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Hintlesham: Lorry and truck crash on A1071 near Hintlesham Fisheries

16:28 02 June 2014

Crash between lorry and coach near Hintlesham

Crash between lorry and coach near Hintlesham

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There has been a crash between a lorry and a coach on the A1071 road near to Hintlesham Fisheries.

The road was blocked for several hours between Timperleys and the B1113 after the accident at 12.47pm.

The ambulance service were called and the driver of the coach received minor injuries including a small cut to his head. There aren’t believed to have been any passengers on the coach at the time.

The road has been cleared.

2 comments

  • 'There aren't...'; 'The ambulance service were called...' - not sure about the standard of literacy here! Is it work experience week at the Star?

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    alittlebitwoolly

    Monday, June 2, 2014

  • ounce Again the star shines woz the coach on the back ov the truck????? dowt if sarchasm will get threw eiver,

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    grumpy old git

    Monday, June 2, 2014

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