Stretch of A1065 near RAF Lakenheath reopens after three-vehicle crash
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Two people have been taken to hospital following a three-vehicle crash close to RAF Lakenheath today.
Police were called today at around 12.35pm to reports of the crash on the A1065, close to the boundary of the airbase.
The crash involved a Vauxhall Insignia, a Renault Master and a Ford van.
Two people were taken to West Suffolk Hospital by land ambulance but that their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening or life-changing.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said a stretch of the road had been partially blocked while emergency services worked at the scene and the vehicles were recovered.
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She added that there were reports of spilled coolant on the road and that Highways had been called to clear it up.
The road was fully reopened at around 2.30pm.
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