Motorist cut from vehicle following crash near Sudbury
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Emergency services attended a two-vehicle crash near Sudbury this evening where one person was cut from their vehicle.
Police were called today, Wednesday, June 5, at around 6.10pm to the crash in Ballingdon Hill.
Officers from Suffolk police, ambulance staff and crews from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service - two from Sudbury and one from Long Melford - were sent to the scene.
A spokesman for the fire service said: "This was a two vehicle road traffic collision at the bottom of Ballingdon Hill.
"One vehicle was on its side.
"There was one person trapped in their vehicle.
"The fire service have used cutting gear to release them.
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"Four casualties are now in the care of the ambulance service."
A police spokesman confirmed there were injuries as a result of the crash but said they were not life-changing or life-threatening.