A11 cleared after serious crash near Fiveways roundabout
- Credit: Gregg Brown
The A11 has fully reopened after a serious crash.
Emergency services were called to the Fiveways roundabout just before 2.20pm on Saturday.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service sent four crews - one from Brandon, another from Mildenhall and two from Newmarket - to the scene.
Kevin Brown, director of service delivery at the East of England Ambulance Trust, described the incident as a 'very serious multi-casualty' crash.
He said eight resources had been sent to the incident, including the air ambulance.
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A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said there were injuries, but was unable to say how many vehicles had been involved.
• Police are appealing for information and have asked anyone with information to contact 101 quoting reference 241 of July 22, 2017.
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