Firefighters cut free motorists after two crashes in Suffolk
Firefighters cut free a motorist after a two-vehicle crash in Long Melford on Saturday.
Two vehicles were involved in a collision on the A134 shortly after 5.30pm.
Three fire appliances were called to the scene and crews used hydraulic cutting equipment to free a motorist trapped inside one the vehicles.
The motorist was treated by paramedics. Police said there were no serious injuries.
Meanwhile, firefighters used specialised hydraulic cutting equipment to free a motorist trapped in a vehicle after a single-vehicle collision on the A1120 at Earl Soham at 3.45pm.
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The motorist has been rescued by 4.55pm and was treated by paramedics. Police also said the motorist had not sustained life-changing or life-threatening injuries.
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