Update: A12 reopened following serious crash in Woodbridge
EMERGENCY services have reopened the A12 after a car left the road and collided with a tree.
Suffolk police received a call at 9.25am to reports that a Honda Jazz had left the northbound carriageway, travelled across the southbound carriageway and collided with trees at Woodbridge.
A police spokesman said: “The car left the road and into some trees and ended up on its roof.
“There are two elderly people inside the vehicle.
“It is believed one has a serious back injury.”
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Both carriageways, between the junction for Ufford and junction for the A1152, were closed to allow the air ambulance to land but have now reopened.
He added: “Paramedics found the injuries were not as bad as first thought.”
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Both patients were taken to Ipswich Hospital by land ambulance for further treatment.