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SuffolkNews Podcast: West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds declares critical internal incident

In today's podcast, West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds has declared a critical internal incident as it deals with significant pressure in its A&E.

The hospital's trust announced the incident on Monday and it remains in place due to demands on the emergency department and treating patients with high medical needs.

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Also, a county lines drug dealer who pedalled heroin and cocaine from a house in Haverhill has been jailed for more than three years.

Adriano Kumanova was sentenced at Ipswich Crown Court yesterday to 40 months in jail after officers from the Serious Crime Disruption Team (SCDT) attended a property on Ickleton Place in July, after intelligence was received that drug dealing was taking place there.

And finally, an innovative, one-of-a-kind bike train in Suffolk has had an overriding positive reaction to its debut term on the roads.

There are only a handful of bike trains in the UK, but what makes the project in Bury St Edmunds unique, is that it’s the only one to run rides before and after school as well as host it four days a week. Whereas, in the UK other existing trains either take place in the morning or only do one day a week.

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