Two accidents on icy Suffolk road
TWO vehicles have left the same stretch of Suffolk road in two separate accidents today.
TWO vehicles have left the same stretch of an icy Suffolk road in two separate accidents today.
Following the first crash at 8.30am Suffolk police officers warned Suffolk County Council's highways department about the dangerous conditions on Lower Road in Onehouse, near Stowmarket.
But at about 9.10am another vehicle left the road, ending up in a field.
The first accident happened when a silver Mitsubishi pick up truck left the road near the Stowmarket Golf Club and overturned on the road's verge. No one was hurt in the smash.
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Police officers and paramedics were called to the scene, and noted the icy conditions of the road.
The police then contacted council road chiefs, but the road was not closed.
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Then about 40 minutes later on the same road, this time between the Shepard and Dog pub and the golf club, a black Toyota Yaris left the same road and ended up in a field.
A spokeswoman for the police said the two accidents were not linked and that both vehicles would need to be recovered from the scene.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk County Council confirmed that Lower Road in Onehouse, a priority two road, was not gritted last night.
Meanwhile, a third road accident took place in Felsham Road near Bury St Edmunds. The crash happened at 9.40am.
A 30-year-old woman was treated for minor injuries by paramedics at the scene.