Two airlifted to hospital after cars collide
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Two people have been taken to hospital by air ambulance following a two vehicle collision in Suffolk.
The crash happened in Wetherden Road near Bacton around 1.18pm today (Tuesday December 24) involving a silver Peugeot and a black Ford Fiesta.
Fire crews were sent to the scene to help free passengers from one of the cars.
A spokesman for Suffolk police said two people have been taken to West Suffolk Hospital by air ambulance for treatment.
Their injuries are said to be not life-threatening or life-changing.
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