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Woman freed from overturned car after crash on rural road

PUBLISHED: 20:07 07 June 2020 | UPDATED: 10:53 08 June 2020

A woman was freed from her car which had overturned in a field in Woodbridge. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

A woman was freed from her car which had overturned in a field in Woodbridge. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

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A woman has been freed from a car which overturned into a field following a crash on a rural road near Woodbridge.

Suffolk police were called shortly before 6pm today to reports that a single vehicle had crashed into a field off the road connecting the B1078, in Tunstall, with Orford Road, in Butley.

They arrived to find a woman trapped in a silver Peugeot which was on its roof.

The fire service attended the scene and helped to remove the woman from the car.

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She then received treatment from paramedics and is understood not to be seriously injured.

Her car has since been removed from the area by a local farmer and the road is now clear.


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