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Santon Downham: One woman injured as car flips on roof in single-vehicle crash

14:18 28 February 2014

Crash on the Thetford Road, Santon Downham

Crash on the Thetford Road, Santon Downham

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One woman has been injured in a crash in Santon Downham

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Police, ambulance crews and firefighters were called to the Thetford Road in Santon Downham just before 1pm this afternoon amid reports of a crash.

A Peugeot 309 had been involved in a collision which left it resting on its roof blocking the road in both directions.

Fire engines from Brandon and Mildenhall were sent to the scene as well as a rescue appliance from Thetford, the casualty had to be released from the vehicle by firefighters and she has been taken to West Suffolk Hospital with a head injury.

The road has now been cleared.

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