Update: Air ambulance called to two-vehicle road crash in Sudbury

The air ambulance at the scene of a crash in Sudbury in Springlands Way

The air ambulance at the scene of a crash in Sudbury in Springlands Way - Credit: Archant

Two vehicles crashed in a town causing roads to close as emergency services worked at the scene.

Police were called to Springlands Way, Sudbury, at around 2.50pm.

The two vehicles - a Volkswagen Polo and a black Mazda people carrier - crashed in the road.

A force spokesman said fire crews were called and a woman, who is in her sixties, had been injured.

An air ambulance landed at the scene as firefighters worked to remove the roof of one of the vehicles.


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After being rescued the woman was taken to hospital with “minor injuries”.

A spokesperson for the East Anglian Air Ambulance said: “The patient was treated at the scene before she was conveyed to the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds aboard a land ambulance.”

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Appliances from Sudbury and Long Melford attended.

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