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Risby: One person trapped inside vehicle after crash in Hall Lane

09:11 03 February 2014

Crash in Hall Lane, Risby

Crash in Hall Lane, Risby

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One person was left trapped in a vehicle after a crash in Risby.

Three crews from Bury St Edmunds attended the collision in Hall Lane after receiving a call at 7.53am. The first crew arrived by 8.05am to find a Ford Galaxy on its side in a ditch with one person trapped inside.

The casualty was released by 8.19am. A lift was required to remove the car from the ditch.

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