Firefighters help free trapped motorist following crash on A14 at Newmarket
- Credit: Gregg Brown
A woman had to be freed from her vehicle by firefighters after it was involved in a crash in Suffolk.
Two cars collided on the A14 westbound in Newmarket, at the junction with the A142, shortly before 7.40pm today.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk Constabulary said no-one was seriously injured as a result of the collision.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service sent two fire crews from Newmarket to the scene and they were assisted by another two teams from Cambridgeshire.
The police spokeswoman said firefighters helped to get a woman out of her car.
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The road was clear from around 9.20pm.
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