Two young boys involved in separate collisions with cars in Suffolk this morning
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
The East of England Ambulance service were called to two incidents of young boys being involved in collisions with cars today.
The first happened around 7.05am in Turnpike Road, Red Lodge.
It was reported a boy around 12-years-old had been in a collision with a Ford Fiesta van.
A spokesman for the ambulance service said the boy was suffering from leg and abdominal pains and required pain relief.
He was taken to the West Suffolk Hospital for further treatment in a serious but stable condition.
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The second incident happened in Wallis Road, Ipswich around 8.20am.
The boy, in his early teens, was reported to have suffered injuries but they were not thought to be too serious.
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The car involved was a Suzuki Swift, according to Suffolk police.