Crash men cut free by firefighters
TWO men were cut free from cars today after a road crash in Flowton, near Ipswich.Emergency crews were called at 12.15pm when a purple Vauxhall Omega and a black Vauxhall Omega collided.
TWO men were cut free from cars today after a road crash in Flowton, near Ipswich.
Emergency crews were called at 12.15pm when a purple Vauxhall Omega and a black Vauxhall Omega collided.
Two men were trapped and were cut free by firefighters from Hadleigh and Ipswich. One was reported to have chest pain, and the other neck pain.
One was taken to Ipswich Hospital but the extent of the injuries are not yet known.
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Priory Road has been shut by police while the vehicles are recovered.
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