Woman freed from upturned car after crash
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Firefighters had to free a woman from a car that flipped onto its roof in a Suffolk village.
Paramedics, police and firefighters were all called to the scene of the crash in Pipkin Hill in Layham after reports a car had crashed close to a junction about 6.12pm on July 9.
When emergency services arrived at the scene they found a car upside down and a woman trapped inside.
The woman was freed from the car by fire crews and left in the care of the East of England Ambulance Service.
A police spokesman said her injuries were not thought to be serious.
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The road was closed while crews cleared the debris.
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