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Three people taken to hospital after three-vehicle crash closes A1101 in Hengrave near Bury St Edmunds



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Three people were taken to hospital after a three-vehicle crash on the A1101 near Bury St Edmunds last night.

Police, fire and ambulance crews were sent to the scene of the collision, involving a Toyota CC, a Vauxhall Insignia, and a Ford Mondeo, in Hengrave just after 9pm.

A police spokeswoman said it is not believed anyone suffered life-threatening or life-changing injuries in the crash - which closed the road for around five hours.

Three people taken to hospital after a three-vehicle crash on the A1101 near Bury St Edmunds last night
Three people taken to hospital after a three-vehicle crash on the A1101 near Bury St Edmunds last night

And a spokesman for the ambulance service said two women and a man were taken to West Suffolk Hospital for further assessment and treatment.

A fire service spokesman said a total of seven people were in the cars involved in the crash and were treated by paramedics.

They added that no one was trapped in any of the vehicles when they arrived at the scene.

The recovery operation to remove the vehicles from the road began just before midnight and the road reopened after 2.30am this morning.

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