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Sudbury: One person trapped after two vehicle crash on Sudbury Road

15:33 16 February 2014

Two vehicle crash on the Sudbury Road, Sudbury

Two vehicle crash on the Sudbury Road, Sudbury

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There has been a crash on the Sudbury Road at Rodbridge Corner in Sudbury.

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The road is blocked in both directions between the A131 Melford Road and Mills Lane after the two-vehicle collision around 1.30pm today.

One person was trapped in their vehicle and three fire engines were sent from Long Melford and Sudbury. Firefighters released the person to the care of the ambulance service. The accident involved a Land Rover and a Ford Fiesta.

Injuries are believed to be minor and recovery vehicles are currently in place.

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