Audi and BMW badly damaged in crash on busy junction
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Two cars were badly damaged after a multi-vehicle collision at a busy Lowestoft junction.
Police and the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) were called out on Friday (February 16) following reports of a two-vehicle collision on Bevan Street East.
At the scene they found that two of the vehicles involved, an Audi Q7 and a BMW convertible, very badly damaged.
It is understood that the two vehicles involved in the crash may have also collided with two other parked vehicles.
However, it has not yet been established which of the two vehicles were involved in the initial crash.
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A police spokesman said: 'We were called shortly after 12.40pm today (Friday) following reports of a two-vehicle road traffic collision at Bevan Street East.
'The collision happened on the junction of Katwijk Way.
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'The road was not blocked and traffic was being directed at the scene. A woman driver may have some injuries and an ambulance was called. It appears that the two vehicles may have collided with two other parked vehicles.'
An ambulance spokesman said: 'We were called at 12.43pm today to reports of a road traffic collision at the junction of Katwijk Way and Bevan Street East in Lowestoft.
'An ambulance crew was dispatched to the scene to help.
'One patient, a woman believed to be in her 20s, was assessed but did not require hospital treatment.'