Emergency services help crash victims
EMERGENCY services were called to two road accidents this afternoon which left three people needing hospital treatment.
The first accident took place on the A12 at Great Wenham at just after 4pm when a car left the road and ended up in a field.
Four fire crews, police and two ambulance service vehicles were sent to the scene and one woman had to be cut free from the car, which was the only vehicle involved in the incident.
She was taken to Ipswich Hospital to be treated for a suspected neck injury.
The second accident involved a car and a small truck in Ipswich Road, Needham Market at about 5.15pm.
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Three fire crews attended the incident and two people were cut free from the car and taken by ambulance to Ipswich Hospital.
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