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SuffolkNews Podcast: Ipswich man spiked by injection, sexual assault attempt on Elveden woman, Extinction Rebellion protest causes traffic in Bury St Edmunds

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In today's podcast we have the story of a man from Ipswich has spoken out on how he though he was dying after being allegedly spiked by injection.

Lee Kingham was at Bar Twenty One in his home town with his cousin at around 11.30pm on October 30th when hen he felt a prick on his arm and instantly knew he had been spiked.

He was later taken to A & E where he had blood tests and received a tetanus jab.

The Heart of Haverhill has stepped in to save Haverhill’s Family Christmas Night after the event was cancelled by the town council.

A woman was found unconscious having been hit on the head in an attempted sexual assault in Elveden yesterday.

She was jogging along a footpath in the village, was found lying on a pavement by a member of the public.

A major route in Bury St Edmunds became gridlocked earlier today as an Extinction Rebellion member sat in the road protesting the COP26 pledges.

Jen Tooke-Marchant sat in the road on Angel Hill with a sign that read 'COP 26 Pledges = Emission Increase" at 11 am to highlight what Extinction Rebellion sees as inadequate measures emerging from the climate change conference.

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