Person freed from overturned vehicle in Sible Hedingham, Essex

Fire crews and the police were called to a fire in Mildenhall in the early hours of this morning. Pi

Fire crews and the police were called to a fire in Mildenhall in the early hours of this morning. Picture: ARCHANT/STOCK IMAGE - Credit: Archant

Firefighters were called to free one person who was trapped in their vehicle following an accident in Sible Hedingham this evening.

Fire crews from Halstead and Braintree attended the incident at around 6.20pm after one vehicle overturned onto its roof at Delvin End.

One person was trapped in their vehicle and was freed by firefighters and paramedics by 7pm.

The casualty was left in the care of the East of England Ambulance Service.

Sible Hedingham is the second largest village in Essex, close to both the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire borders.

It is situated in the north of the county on the west bank of the river Colne opposite to the historic smaller village of Castle Hedingham.

The Domesday Book lists the village, together with Hedingham Castle, among the lands given to Roger Bigod by the king.

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The land included woodland for 70 pigs that was in total valued at £4.