Travel: Emergency services free one person from vehicle after crash near Risby
- Credit: Archant
One person was freed from a van following a crash on the A14 near Risby.
Police were called to the two-vehicle collision, near the slip-road leading to the village in the Newmarket-bound direction, at 1.45pm.
Ambulance and fire crews are also in attendance.
An ambulance service spokesman said: “Two casualties were treated, one for a neck injury and one suffering a chest injury.
“Their conditions aren’t thought to be serious but they’ve been conveyed to West Suffolk Hospital for further treatment.”
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The fire service said they freed one of the casualties from a van.
The road reopened before 3.30pm.
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