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Woman in her 20’s transferred to Addenbrooke’s Hospital after serious crash

PUBLISHED: 13:01 08 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:28 08 October 2018

The junction with Winston near Framsden where the collision occurred Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The junction with Winston near Framsden where the collision occurred Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


Suffolk police are appealing for more information after a serious road traffic collision at the weekend in north Suffolk.

The collision happened on Saturday October, 6 at approximately 12.10pm, near Stowmarket, close to the village of Framsden.

A silver Renault Clio travelling east-bound, and a blue Ford Focus travelling west-bound, collided on the A1120 at the B1077 junction with Winston village.

A woman in her 20s was taken to Ipswich Hospital with serious injuries following the collision.

She was later transferred to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.

Any witnesses to the manner of driving of either vehicle beforehand or anyone with dash cam footage of the area at the time of the collision should contact PC Jake Lees at the Roads and Armed Policing Team (RAPT) by email

You can also call police on 101, quoting reference number 162 of October 6.

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