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No one trapped after crash in Rough where vehicle ended up on roof

PUBLISHED: 09:36 12 February 2016

Stock picture of a police road closure sign.

Stock picture of a police road closure sign.

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There was a crash in Rougham this morning around 8.30am.

A police spokesman said it happened on New Road before the church and involved two vehicles.

One car ended up on its roof in a field but there were no serious injuries – the occupants of the vehicles were described as “walking wounded” and no one was trapped.

The road was blocked following the accident and the ambulance service also attended.

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