Cyclist receives ‘minor wound’ in collision with car in Woodbridge
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A collision between a car and a cyclist in Woodbridge this afternoon caused traffic gridlock in the town.
Police were called by the ambulance service at around 12.10pm today, Tuesday, November 28, to the incident at the junction of Warren Hill Road and Ipswich Road.
A police spokeswoman said the collision involved a car and a cyclist.
She said: “The cyclist appears to have some leg injuries but these are not though to be serious.”
There were reports of heavy traffic in the area, with tailbacks reaching the junction with the A12 to the south of the town.
Police officers were on scene to direct traffic around the incident.
A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 12.02pm today to reports of a road traffic collision involving a cyclist and a car, on the junction of Ipswich Road and Warren Hill, Woodbridge.
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“An ambulance crew was dispatched to the scene to help.
“A woman was treated at the scene for a minor wound and then taken home.”