Gallery: Buses and lorries in west Suffolk fall victim to St Jude’s storm
- Credit: Archant
A bus has been blown over and a lorry hit by a falling tree as St Jude’s storm sweeps across west Suffolk.
A lorry driver suffered minor injuries this morning this morning after a tree fell on his vehicle in Bury Road, Stanton.
A double-decker bus overturned into a field in Coram Street, Hadleigh this morning in the high winds, with the driver suffering minor injuries.
A tree fell on a car this morning on the A134 in Great Cornard, while two people escaped unharmed from a car in Station Road, Lakenheath yesterday after it was hit by a car.
Nowton Park in Bury St Edmunds is closed, while East Town Park in Haverhill is shut until midday, but expects to re-open at middsay for pumpkin carving this afternoon.
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