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Lowestoft: Man in 60s in hospital with head injuries after car and pedestrian accident

16:21 10 January 2014

Emergency services were called to the A1117 Bridge Road in Oulton Broad, close to Lowestoft, at around 2.15pm today.

Emergency services were called to the A1117 Bridge Road in Oulton Broad, close to Lowestoft, at around 2.15pm today.

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A man in his 60s is in hospital with head injuries following an accident between a pedestrian and a vehicle in north Suffolk.

Emergency services were called to the A1117 Bridge Road in Oulton Broad, close to Lowestoft, at around 2.15pm today.

A pedestrian – a man in his 60s – suffered head injuries “not thought to be serious” in the incident, an East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said.

He was taken to the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston-on-Sea, near Great Yarmouth, for further treatment.

The car involved in the accident was a Toyota Corolla

No other injuries were reported at the scene.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman added the man had not suffered life-threatening injuries.

The A1117 Bridge Road in Oulton Broad is closed with delays reported in both directions near the Holly Road junction.

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