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Lower Raydon: Two-vehicle crash injures woman in 60s

16:07 13 January 2014

Police were called to reports of the crash at an unnamed road between Shelley Road and Wades Lane in Lower Raydon at around 2.25pm today.

Police were called to reports of the crash at an unnamed road between Shelley Road and Wades Lane in Lower Raydon at around 2.25pm today.

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A woman in her 60s has suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle collision in a Suffolk village.

Police were called to reports of the crash at an unnamed road between Shelley Road and Wade’s Lane in Lower Raydon at around 2.25pm today.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said a woman in her 60s sustained a cut to the head but described her injuries as “not life-threatening”.

The road is blocked. The collision involved a Toyota and a Honda Civic. It is not known which vehicle the woman was in.

There were no other injuries reported.

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