Emergency crews on scene as man suffers potentially life-changing injury in Euston crash

PUBLISHED: 11:13 14 April 2014 | UPDATED: 12:04 14 April 2014

Two cars have collided on the A47. Photo: Denise Bradley.

Two cars have collided on the A47. Photo: Denise Bradley.

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A man has suffered a potentially life-changing head injury in a car crash near Euston.

Emergency service crews are currently on scene at Rymer Point, on Bury Road, after the two vehicle collision at around 10am.

An ambulance crew is treating the victim, a man in his 40s, who had to be freed from his vehicle by a fire crew from Thetford.

An ambulance, response car and the East Anglian Air Ambulance from Norwich Airport were sent to the scene, according to an East of England Ambulance Trust spokesman.

He will be taken to a local hospital by land.

A Suffolk Police spokesman said his injuries are not thought to be life threatening, but are “potentially life-changing”.

The road is closed while the situation is brought under control.

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