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Man suffers head injury after being trapped in Audi

PUBLISHED: 18:19 02 October 2019 | UPDATED: 09:49 03 October 2019

The collision took place on Kings Lane, Beccles Road, B1124, Sotherton, Suffolk. Photo: Google Maps

The collision took place on Kings Lane, Beccles Road, B1124, Sotherton, Suffolk. Photo: Google Maps

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Emergency services worked to free a man trapped in his car after a 'serious' crash on a main road.

Emergency services worked to free a man trapped in his car after a 'serious' crash on a main road.

They were called to a collision at Sotherton at 5.16pm on Wednesday, October 2.

One appliance from Wrentham, one from Halesworth, one from Beccles, and one from Lowestoft South fire station all attended..

The police and ambulance services were also called to the scene at King's Lane, Beccles Road, where drivers were urged to avoid the scene.

A spokesperson for the fire service said: "We have responded to a single car road traffic collision. The vehicle is on all four wheels but there is one male casualty, and a man is medically trapped. We have stabilised the car to prepare to cut the roof off."

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A Suffolk Constabulary spokesperson said the car was an Audi A3.

They added: "Police were called at 5.20pm to reports of a single vehicle collision. The vehicle involved was an Audi A3. it happened at the junction of King's lane with the B1124 on a sharp bend.

"The vehicle appears to have left the road and was badly damaged.

"We have reports of minor injuries to one person, including minor cuts and a possible head injury. The injuries are not thought to be life-threatening or life-changing."

A spokesperson for the East of England Ambulance Service said: "We were called at 5.08pm with reports of a collision at the junction of King's Lane and the B1124 in Sotherton.

"We sent one ambulance and an ambulance officer.

"One person was taken to James Paget Hospital for further treatment."

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