Driver injured in Diss crash

Ambulance crew were called to the crash

Ambulance crew were called to the crash


A male driver suffered minor injuries after the car he was driving crashed in Diss in the early hours of this morning.

The crash happened in Sandy Lane at about 1.30am and saw police officers, a police helicopter, ambulance staff and firefighters called out.

The helicopter from Wattisham was deployed to see if anyone had been thrown from the vehicle or had left it, but no one else was found,

Two fire engines from Diss attended the crash and provided trauma care and made the scene safe.

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