Female driver taken to hospital with serious leg injuries after Stuston crash
A female driver was taken to hospital with serious leg injuries after a crash in Stuston, near Diss, this morning.
The single-vehicle accident took place on the B1077 around 12.24am and the road was closed for five hours as an investigation into the crash took place.
The driver was taken to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital following the accident after suffering serious leg injuries.
The B1077 road, which runs through the village, reopened at 5.22am.
A spokesman for Suffolk police said: “We were called at 12.24am to a single-vehicle collision on the B1077 at Stuston.
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“The female driver was taken to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital with serious leg injuries.
“The road was closed for investigation and reopened at 5.22am.”
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Stuston is a small village in Suffolk of around 200 people, which is located on the border with Norfolk.
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