Two-year-old girl rushed to hospital with head injury after serious crash

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Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: ©Archant Photographic 2010

A toddler has been rushed to hospital after a serious crash.

Police, ambulance crews, firefighters and the East Anglian Air Ambulance were sent to Bardwell Road in Barningham at 8.45am to reports of a single vehicle collision.

Three children – a three-year-old boy, two-year-old girl and a two-month-old boy – were in the car at the time alongside two adults.

Paramedics treated the two-year-old girl and one of the adults, a man, at the scene before taking them both to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, a police spokesman said.

The toddler had a head injury while the man is thought to have suffered a broken finger.


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It is not clear yet if their injuries are serious.

The two boys and their mother were not seriously hurt, the police spokesman added.

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