Teenager killed in horror crash
A TEENAGE boy was killed and a woman left with serious injuries after two horrific crashes on Suffolk's roads last night .The 18-year-old died after two cars collided on the B1113 Loraine Way, in Bramford, just before 9.
A TEENAGE boy was killed and a woman left with serious injuries after two horrific crashes on Suffolk's roads last night .
The 18-year-old died after two cars collided on the B1113 Loraine Way, in Bramford, just before 9.20pm.
A second youngster was thrown from the car in the collision but his injuries were not believed to be life threatening.
It involved a red Ford Escort, which the youngsters were in, and a green Rover 220. It is not believed anyone in the second vehicle suffered serious injuries.
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The 18-year-old, who was local, is expected to be named by police later today.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk fire service said two fire engines from Ipswich along with the pump rescue tender from the town attended the accident.
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Earlier, at around 8.05pm, there was a crash involving a red Rover 214 and an Army jeep on the B1078 at Barking.
One elderly woman was trapped in the wreckage and was released by firefighters. A Suffolk police spokeswoman said it was believed that she was suffering serious, but not life threatening, chest injuries and was taken to Ipswich Hospital.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk fire service said three appliances went to the scene - fire engines from Needham Market and Stowmarket, as well as a pump rescue tender from Ipswich.