Road reopens after Kessingland crash
Mark BoggisA ROAD closed for more than five hours following a serious crash in Kessingland has reopened.A man was taken to the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston this morning (Tuesday) after the black Citroen Saxo he was driving ended up in a ditch alongside London Road.Mark Boggis
A ROAD closed for more than five hours following a serious crash in Kessingland has reopened.
A man was taken to the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston this morning (Tuesday) after the black Citroen Saxo he was driving ended up in a ditch alongside London Road.
The crash happened at about 4.50am, and officers closed the road as they removed the vehicle and cleared the scene.
A police spokesman said: 'The road has been reopened as of 10.30am this morning. The man is still in hospital undergoing checks and x-rays at the moment to get an idea as to the extent of his injuries.'
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He is believed to have suffered serious injuries, although they are not thought to be life threatening.
Anyone who witnessed the collision should contact Halesworth Roads Policing unit on 01986 835350.
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