Woman rescued from rush hour A14 smash
A MOTORIST was this morning rescued from a car following a two-vehicle accident on an A14 slip road.
Emergency services were called to the east bound slip road on the A14 at Westley near Bury St Edmunds just before 9am this morning.
The accident involved a Mercedes Benz Sprinter van and a green Ford Focus car. The slip re-opened at 9.35am.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue said the person was freed from the car by paramedics.
The two people in the van had managed to get out of their own volition.
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The fire service sent two engines from Bury and one from Newmarket.
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