Van crashes into house
- Credit: Archant
A house was left badly damaged after a van crashed into the building.
According to eye witnesses, the collision happened at around 8.30am on Friday, August 23 in The Street, Hollesley close to the village's post office.
There are reports that the collision has badly damaged the property.
The property owners said the road was notorious for high density traffic.
They described hearing a loud "bang" before noticing the van had hit the house.
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They were left shocked and badly shaken, saying: "This road is dangerous."
An eyewitness said: "We'd like to try and stop this thing from happening again, next time it could be much more serious."
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