Police are appealing for help to find a lorry driver believed to be involved in a serious crash on the A14 in mid Suffolk.

Officers from Suffolk police were called to a crash on the A14 heading eastbound at Creeting St Mary, near Needham Market and Stowmarket, at about 3.35pm on Wednesday, January 31.

The crash involved two lorries and a white Toyota Auris. 

A large emergency service presence attended the scene, including an air ambulance, which took one of the male lorry drivers to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. 

The female driver of the Toyota was also taken by land ambulance to hospital.

None of the drivers involved in the crash are believed to have suffered injuries that are life-threatening or life-changing. 

According to Suffolk police, the crash is believed to have been caused by a lorry pulling out of a layby, but the driver did not stop at the scene.

The A14 was closed while emergency services were at the scene.

The westbound carriageway reopened at 7.45pm and the eastbound carriageway reopened at about 9.55pm that evening, Suffolk police said.

Police are searching for the driver of the lorry that pulled out of the layby and would like to hear from any witnesses to the collision.

Any drivers who were travelling in the area with dash cam at the time of the crash are asked to check their footage.

Anyone with information related to the incident is being urged to contact the Roads and Armed Policing Team at Suffolk police, quoting CAD 204 of January 31.