Paramedics treat woman for minor injuries after car comes off the B1112 in Lakenheath
- Credit: Gregg Brown
Emergency crews were sent to the scene of a crash involving a single car in west Suffolk this afternoon.
Police officers and paramedics helped a woman who suffered minor injuries when her car came off Station Road (the B1112) in Lakenheath.
They were called to the scene at around 1pm to reports of a single vehicle collision.
A police spokeswoman said the woman’s injuries are not thought to be serious or life-threatening.
A section of the road was closed for a short time to allow recovery to be arranged, which caused delays for drivers in both directions for around 20 minutes.
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The road has since re-opened to traffic.
Elsewhere in Suffolk, police were called also to a crash involving a cyclist in Felixstowe earlier today.
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Ambulance crews also attended and treated a man for minor injuries.
Bent Hill in the town was blocked for a short time while police dealt with the incident.