North Suffolk crashes leave four hurt
FOUR people were hurt with three taken to hospital following two crashes in north Suffolk early this morning.The three injured suffered serious injuries after a two vehicle crash in Carlton Colville.
FOUR people were hurt with three taken to hospital following two crashes in north Suffolk early this morning.
The three injured suffered serious injuries after a two vehicle crash in Carlton Colville.
Four people were trapped in one of the vehicles following the collision, which happened at about 1.45am at the junction of Tom Crisp Way and Lowestoft Road.
Four fire engines and four ambulances were called to the scene to free them. They were all taken to James Paget University Hospital, at Gorleston, three with serious injuries and one with less grave injuries.
Meanwhile, a driver was injured after his car left the road and hit a tree on the A12 at Blythburgh this morning.
Fire crews from Southwold, Wrentham and Lowestoft were called to the scene at 6.40am where a Ford Mondeo had turned on to its side.
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The driver, who suffered leg injuries and was trapped in the vehicle, was freed by firefighters and taken to hospital.
His injuries are not thought to be serious.