A road between Sudbury and Long Melford has reopened after a serious crash.

Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to the B1064 at around 3.50pm yesterday, April 28.

There had been a crash involving a car and a cement mixer lorry.

The driver and passenger of the car were trapped and had to be released by firefighters.

Both people were taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with potentially serious injuries.

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Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team have said that despite signs being in place, a number of drivers were driving through the road closure.

It said: "At serious and fatal collisions road closures and diversions are put in place for a reason, they’re not there for decoration.

"People are just not getting it and continuing to ignore the closure.

"Three drivers have driven through two road closure signs and around the roundabout the wrong way."

The road was reopened at 1am this morning, April 29.