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People carrier crashes into house in Trinity Avenue, Mildenhall

PUBLISHED: 18:50 20 September 2017

Emergency services were sent to the scene (stock image). Picture: ASHLEY PICKERING

Emergency services were sent to the scene (stock image). Picture: ASHLEY PICKERING

Emergency services have been called after a vehicle crashed into a house in a Suffolk town.

The collision involving a Peugeot multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) happened in Trinity Avenue, Mildenhall, around 4.50pm.

A structural engineer will attend to access the damage caused to the home.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk Constabulary said no one was reported to have injured.

Police have made no arrests.

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service sent four crews to the scene. Vehicles were dispatched from Mildenhall and Newmarket.

The ambulance service also attended as a precaution, the police spokeswoman added.

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