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Holywell Row: Police attend scene of two-vehicle crash in The Street

09:53 07 April 2014

Police accident

Police accident


There has been a two vehicle crash near Mildenhall.

The crash happened in The Street in Holywell Row at around 7.15am.

One car was blocking the road and both required recovery. The vehicles involved were a Ford Transit van and a Lincoln.

The road was closed for the recovery to take place.

An ambulance was called to the scene as one person was complaining of an eye injury.


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