Coach heading back to depot collides with pick-up truck in Brome
Firefighters were called to a crash in a Suffolk village as there were fears someone may have been trapped in a vehicle.
The crash between a coach and a pick-up truck happened in Rectory Road, Brome, near Eye, shortly before 6.45pm.
The collision involved a single decker bus which was returning to its depot with no passengers on board and a Volkswagen Amarok.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk Constabulary said no one was believed to be seriously hurt as a result of the crash.
Four fire crews from Suffolk and Norfolk were sent to the incident.
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Vehicles attended from fire stations in Diss, Thetford and Eye.
The police spokeswoman said: “Initially there were reports of someone trapped in their vehicle.”
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The ambulance service also attended the collision.
The road was blocked at the junction with the A140, the police spokeswoman said.
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