Young woman taken to hospital after falling from horse in west Suffolk
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Ambulance crews were sent to help a woman who injured her ankle after falling from her horse in Newmarket this morning.
The East of England Ambulance Service received a call shortly after 8.30am today to Hamilton Road in the town.
They sent a rapid response vehicle and an ambulance crew to the scene.
Paramedics treated a woman, thought to be in her 20s, for an ankle injury.
She was taken to West Suffolk Hospital for further treatment.
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A spokesman for the service said the woman’s condition is not believed to be life-threatening at this time.
They added: “A rapid response vehicle and ambulance crew attended.
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“They treated a woman, believed to be in her 20s, who has suffered an ankle injury.
“She was taken to West Suffolk Hospital for further care.”