Driver taken to hosptial after crash on A12 near Henham.
The male driver of a car was air lifted to hospital today after his car left the A12 near Henham, near Southwold, and ended up in a ditch.
The accident happened at about 11.50am and firefighters had to remove the roof of the car so the man could be freed.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service sent a fire engine from Southwold, a rescue tender from Leiston and a rescue vehicle from Lowestoft to the scene.
The man was freed from the car by 12.50pm.
No other vehicle was involved in the accident.
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The A12 was closed between Blythburgh and Wangford so the man could be airlifted to hospital.
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