Four injured in A140 crash including man with broken pelvis and two broken arms
A man suffered a broken pelvis and two broken arms in a crash which left the A140 near Coddenham blocked, police have said.
At least four people were taken to Ipswich Hospital following a collision between A silver Volkswagen Passage and a white Renault Trafic minibus which occurred at around 5.30pm yesterday.
Ryan Brunning, a spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary, said he did not have details of the ages of those who were injured or where they lived.
However, he said that apart for the young man who sustained the broken pelvis and arms, another male was treated for a cut to the head.
A third male was taken to hospital with chest pains and an elderly man also had a head injury although it was not believed to be serious.
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Mr Brunning said no arrests were made following the collision.
The air ambulance and a number of land ambulances were despatched to the incident.
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Suffolk Fire and Rescue service also sent appliances from Stowmarket and Princes Street in Ipswich.
Initially it was said there were five casualties with two people having got out of their vehicles before firefighters arrived.
Three others had to be cut out from the wreckage.