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Update: Road reopens after four trapped in car following crash in Frinton-On-Sea

16:55 09 March 2014

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Police, fire and ambulance services have been working at the scene of a two-vehicle crash in north Essex which left four people trapped.


The crash, in Walton Road between a Ford Focus and a Mazda RX-8, was reported to police at about 3.30pm.

One of the cars had also hit a wall in the incident. Firefighters have been trying to free the trapped occupants while police had closed the road.

A police spokesman said the occupants had not sustained life-threatening injuries.


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  • Good old Anglian as usual caption under picture do not match the story unless Frinton has been slide onto a large truck and droped off at Honington.

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    John Seddon

    Sunday, March 9, 2014

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