Police appeal after pedestrian hurt in accident on A140
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Police have appealed for witnesses after a pedestrian suffered serious injuries in an accident on the A140 during the early hours of Saturday morning.
The man was taken to the West Suffolk Hospital with injuries by a land ambulance. Members of the Suffolk Accident Rescue Service that were called out to help described his injuries as life threatening.
The accident happened shortly after midnight on the A140 near the Eye Airfield at Thrandeston.
The man, who is in his 20s, suffered serious injuries to his leg and pelvis in the collision with a red Volkswagen Up car.
Police are keen to speak to anyone who may have travelled along the A140 just after midnight and may have seen a pedestrian or witnessed the collision.
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Anyone with information should ring 101 and quote reference Cad 7 of July 11.
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