Police use drone to find two injured occupants of upside down car

Police used a drone to search for a missing car that had rolled on its roof. Picture: Mildenhall Pol

Police used a drone to search for a missing car that had rolled on its roof. Picture: Mildenhall Police - Credit: Archant

A road in Suffolk has been closed after a car flipped onto its roof.

Police used a drone to search for two injured occupants who were in the car after it had rolled into a bank on the B1106 in Mildenhalll near Thetford.

On Twitter the Mildenhall Police said: 'Thanks for the help @modpolice and @SuffolkFire with their #drone for their help in finding two injured occupants of this upside down car! Luckily nobody appears seriously injured. B1106 will reopen ASAP.'

The road remains closed as police investigate.

Mildenhall Police added: 'Road remains closed on B1106 near Brandon whilst we investigate recent RTC. Apologies for the #parkrun disruption.'

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