Lexus car comes down incline at Seckford Almshouses, Woodbridge
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A car has gone through a hedge and came down an incline at a residential care complex in Woodbridge.
Police and fire services were called to Seckford Street around 2.10pm yesterday.
A black Lexus came down a hill at Seckford Almshouses – run by the Seckford Foundation and used to provide accommodation to older people.
A police spokeswoman said: “We attended to a report that a vehicle had gone through a hedge and was balancing on a wall in private property. The driver was uninjured and recovery of the vehicle has been arranged.
“The fire service was contacted and arrived at 15.32.”
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She said an investigation into the cause had started.
A spokeswoman for Seckford Almshouses said: “Seckford Almshouses confirms there was an accident on site this afternoon shortly after 2.00pm.
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“No residents of Seckford Almshouses or their relatives were involved and the fire crew attended to stabilise the vehicle. Arrangements are being made for the vehicle to be removed.”