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Ingham: Road blocked after head-on crash

15:00 25 November 2012

A cyclist has suffered a serious head injury after colliding with a lorry

A cyclist has suffered a serious head injury after colliding with a lorry

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A TWO-VEHICLE head-on crash left a road in west Suffolk blocked for two hours today.

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The collision, between a blue Ford Focus and Renault Megane, happened on the A134 at Ingham, near the junction for RAF Honington, at 12.30pm.

Suffolk police were contacted by the East of England Ambulance Service to report that one person was trapped and another had hit their head on the windscreen.

A police spokesman said that the road had been reopened just after 2.30pm.

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