Emergency services were called to a crash in a village that saw a man knocked into a ditch from his bike. 

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service was called at about 1pm on Friday after a car collided with a cyclist. 

The East of England Ambulance Service was also at the scene. 

A spokesman for the fire service said that the cyclist was initially believed to be trapped in the ditch. 

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Four crews, including a specialist piece of off-roading equipment called a Unimog, were dispatched, but only two engines were needed at the scene. 

The cyclist managed to pull himself from the ditch.

The ambulance service deemed the cyclist's injuries not to be serious and he he arranged his own transport to hospital. 

Fire crews left the scene at about 2.10pm.