A140 reopens after police, fire and ambulance crews respond to crash
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The A140 has reopened after being closed in both directions as emergency services dealt with the scene of a crash between a van and a car.
Emergency services were called to the scene in the road in Brome around 2.05pm today.
The vehicles are said to have collided near the junction for the B1118 and a large amount of oil has spilled on the road.
Four fire crews were also called to the scene, although none of the four casualties involved required freeing their vehicles.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk police confirmed injuries have been sustained, although could not go into details on their extent.
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An East of England ambulance is currently on the scene and one woman is being treated for chest pain, though no injuries are thought to be life threatening or life changing.
A diversion was in place via Castleton Way as police closed the road at the junction with the B1118.
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The road was reopened at 5.02pm.