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Firefighters free casualty from car after crash in country road

PUBLISHED: 15:30 04 October 2020 | UPDATED: 17:28 04 October 2020

Four fire engines have been called to a crash in rural Suffolk  Picture: PHIL MORLEY

Four fire engines have been called to a crash in rural Suffolk Picture: PHIL MORLEY

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Firefighters have freed a person trapped inside their car following a crash in a rural Suffolk road.

All emergency services were called to the crash in Wash Lane, between Mells and Wenhaston, shortly before 1.55pm Sunday, October 4.

The crash involved a white Mercedes and a red Suzuki car.

Two fire crews were called to the scene, who helped free one person from inside their car.

A police spokeswoman said those involved have suffered injuries but was unable to confirm their extent.

Those hurt have been left in the care of the ambulance service, a fire service spokeswoman confirmed.

The road remains blocked while work to clear the scene continues.


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