Woman taken to hospital after injuring head in collision with bus at Tower Ramparts bus station, Ipswich
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A woman has been hurt in a collision with a bus in Ipswich this morning.
Suffolk police were called to reports of a bus colliding with a pedestrian in Tower Ramparts Bus Station at 11.45am.
A force spokesman said it did not appear the pedestrian, a woman, had been seriously injured, although she is said to have hit her head.
The East of England Ambulance Services NHS Trust has been called to attend.
A spokesman for EEAST said it received calls at 11.34am to reports of an incident at the bus station in Ipswich.
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“An ambulance crew were sent to help,” the spokesman added.
“At the scene we assessed a woman, who was believed to have hit her head when in collision with a bus.
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“The patient was taken to Ipswich Hospital for further assessment.
“Their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening or serious”.