Vehicle hits deer on A11, trapping woman
A WOMAN was freed from a car in the early hours of this morning after colliding with a deer on a major Suffolk road.
SUFFOLK: A woman was freed from a car after colliding with a deer on a major Suffolk road.
The accident happened on the northbound carriageway of the A11 at around 3.35am yesterday.
Firefighters were called to the scene at Red Lodge, near the Worlington turn off, to help release the 28-year-old female casualty, trapped in the vehicle.
Two crews from Newmarket and one from Mildenhall freed the woman.
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A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said the woman was conscious but complaining of neck, back and abdomen pain.
He said her injuries did not appear to be life threatening. The woman was taken to West Suffolk Hospital.
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