Ambulance Land Rover responding to collision involved in crash near Bury St Edmunds
- Credit: Gregg Brown
An ambulance was involved in a collision when responding to a two-vehicle crash in a village near Bury St Edmunds today.
The ambulance Land Rover Freelander, travelling on blue lights, was involved in a collision with a Ford Fiesta in Sudbury Road, Sicklesmere at 3.15pm.
A woman who was driving the Ford suffered minor injuries to her face and legs and was taken to West Suffolk Hospital for a check-up.
The ambulance officer suffered very minor injuries and was not taken to hospital.
The ambulance Land Rover was damaged in the collision and both vehicles had been removed from the road by 4.15pm.
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The ambulance was en route to a collision between a Fiat Punto and a Nissan Qashqai in The Street, Bradfield Combust.
A woman in her 60s suffered a minor head injury and a man was described as walking wounded.
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The woman was left trapped in her vehicle and was cut free by firefighters.
Both were taken to West Suffolk Hospital for further treatment.
The collision took place shortly after 3pm.
The A134 in Bradfield Combust was closed in both directions between the A1141 junction and Little Weltnetham before re-opening at around 6pm.