Police reopen A47 after casualties freed from car in Suffolk crash
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A busy north Suffolk road has reopened after a serious crash left people trapped inside the vehicle.
Suffolk police received reports of a single vehicle collision on the A47 near Rackham’s Corner, north of Lowestoft, at around 11.05am.
A Ford Focus was travelling in the southbound carriageway when the crash happened.
“There are reports of injuries and the ambulance service has been called,” a police spokesman said.
“There are also reports of people trapped inside.”
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Four fire crews attended to help free the casualties.
Suffolk police has since confirmed the road has reopened.
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A force spokesman said two people were taken to James Paget Hospital as a precautionary measure.