Woman cut free from vehicle after three-car crash
- Credit: Archant
Fire crews have cut the roof of a vehicle to remove a casualty who was trapped in a car following a three vehicle crash near Nayland.
Emergency services were called to the incident on the A134 shortly after 8.15am today (Monday, February 4).
The road has been cleared at the junction with Bear Street near Nayland after it was closed fro two hours. Firefighters had to use cutting equipment to take the roof of the car so that the woman who was trapped could be removed safely.
She is now under the care of the ambulance service but her injuries are described as not life-threatening.
One other casualty is being tended to by ambulance crews but are refusing treatment.
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