Two freed from car after crash on busy Suffolk road
- Credit: Archant
Two people have been freed from a car following a crash on a busy road in Suffolk.
The ambulance service were called to the scene of the incident, on the A1141 in Brent Eleigh near Lavenham, shortly before 4pm today.
Paramedics called the fire service requesting their help removing two people from one of the vehicles, which was up against a tree.
It is understood that paramedics were taking time to assess the condition of the two occupants before the fire service freed them from the car.
It is understood that there were no serious injuries.
Three fire crews attended the scene, one from Hadleigh, one from Sudbury and one from Long Melford.
The road has not been fully closed but drivers were advised to be careful around the crash site, which was near the turn off to Little Waldingfield.
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