Suffolk: String of crashes on region’s roads

PARAMEDICS have been called out to three separate traffic accidents this morning, which have left several people in need of hospital treatment.

Five people were injured in a two-vehicle crash on the B1125 at Blythburgh at 7.11am today, which left two casualties trapped in their vehicles, one patient needing treatment for arm and chest pain and another in shock.

Meanwhile two ambulances were sent out to a two-vehicle crash on the A14 at Haughley New Street at 7.47am, where one vehicle apparently crashed through a fence into a field.

A 35-year-old man is receiving treatment on scene but his condition is not thought to be serious.

At 8.13am, police called for help from paramedics after a two-vehicle accident at Alpheton, near Sudbury, where one casualty is believed to have a neck injury.

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