SuffolkNews Podcast: Crash in Stowupland sees driver taken to hospital with potential life-changing injuries
In today's podcast, we have the story of a crash which has seen a driver suffer potentially life-changing injuries.
Emergency services were called to Church Road in Stowupland at 11am this morning after reports of a two-vehicle collision.
Both drivers in the crash suffered injuries, with one described as potentially life-changing by police.
One motorist was flown to West Suffolk Hospital by air ambulance.
Meanwhile, a police cordoned has been put in place in a town park after an alleged rape.
A woman, in her 30s, was reportedly raped some time between 11pm yesterday and 1am this morning.
An area of Castle Park remains sectioned off by officers.
Detective Inspector Rich Weller said: "We are in the early stages of our inquiries and are keen to hear from anyone who was in the Castle Park area of Thetford during the times stated, as they may be able to help with our investigation."
Anyone with information should contact Swaffham CID on 101 quoting crime reference 36/34098/22.
A charity ball will take place later this year in memory of a toddler who died from a rare brain tumour.
Two-year-old Harry Crick, of Elmswell, lost his battle with one of the rarest forms of cancer in the world in October last year.
His family have organised a ball to take place at All Saints Hotel near Bury St Edmunds on October 15, to mark the first anniversary of his death and to raise funds for Brain Tumour Research.