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Two hurt in Badley crash

It happened yesterday (3 March)

Author: Sharon PlummerPublished 1 hour ago
Police are investigating a crash on the B1113 Stowmarket Road in Badley.
Officers were called at approximately 1:05pm yesterday, (3 March), to reports of a collision between a…

Car in ditch at Dennington cross roads Frostley Bridge person trapped

Police are at the scene of a crash in Dennington near Frostley Bridge, where a car has ended up in a ditch (stock image). Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

Police are at the scene of a crash in Dennington near Frostley Bridge, where a car has ended up in a ditch (stock image). Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

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Fire crews are working to free a person who has become trapped inside a vehicle after it crashed into a ditch near Dennington cross roads.

Three fire engines, police and the ambulance service are all at the scene of a single vehicle crash on the B1118 near to Frostley Bridge.

Police were called at 11.40am to reports of a crash on the B1118 junction with the B1116 at Dennington.

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A spokesman said it is described as being near to Frostley Bridge junction before Dennington cross roads and a car has crashed into a ditch.

They said: “Two occupants are conscious and breathing but their injuries are unclear.

“The road was closed shortly after 12pm.”

Three fire engines are on scene, from Ipswich East, Framlingham and Stradbroke, along with one ambulance.

A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said that at least one person is trapped inside the vehicle and crews are working to free the occupants safely.


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Crash on A1152 at Bromeswell closes road and fire crews called

Police remain at the scene of a crash on the A1152 in Bromeswell, where two drivers sustained serious injuries. Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

Police remain at the scene of a crash on the A1152 in Bromeswell, where two drivers sustained serious injuries. Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

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A serious crash involving two vehicles has closed both sides of the A1152 at Bromeswell, with police, ambulance and fire crews on scene.

Police have closed the A1152 in both directions following the serious collision on the A1152 Eyke Road near the B1084 Orford Road and are advising drivers to avoid the area.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said: “We were called just after 8.05am to a two-vehicle RTC on the A1152 at Bromeswell. The road is blocked and currently closed at both ends.

“Injuries have been reported and the fire service is also on scene.”

Three fire crews from Ipswich East, Woodbridge and Princes Street are at the scene of the crash.

Police remain at the scene of a crash on the A1152 in Bromeswell, where two drivers sustained serious injuries. Picture: CHARLOTTE BONDPolice remain at the scene of a crash on the A1152 in Bromeswell, where two drivers sustained serious injuries. Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said: “We are currently attending a two-vehicle road traffic collision near Bromeswell. Crews have extracted one person from one of the vehicles after a roof removal. Another individual is awaiting extrication.”

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Coca-Cola Christmas lorry, which last visited Norwich in 2016, cancels annual UK tour

The Coca-Cola Christmas truck will not be stopping anywhere this year becaue of Covid. Pic: EDP

The Coca-Cola Christmas truck will not be stopping anywhere this year becaue of Covid. Pic: EDP

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The ‘holidays aren’t coming’ as the famous Coca-Cola Christmas lorry, which last visited Norwich in 2016, has cancelled all stops.

The Coca-Cola Christmas truck will not be stopping anywhere this year becaue of Covid. Pic: EDPThe Coca-Cola Christmas truck will not be stopping anywhere this year becaue of Covid. Pic: EDP

The 14-tonne red fizzy drink truck, a sign of Christmas approaching and renowed for its catchy advert theme tune ‘The holidays are coming’ will not be doing its rounds because of the pandemic.

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It actually hasn’t stopped in Norwich since a visit to the Forum in 2016 and also chose to miss out Ipswich in Suffolk both last year and in 2018, last making an appearance in 2017.

There was some debate over whether Coca-Cola should take its truck load of soft drinks on tour at all – with some people arguing that children shouldn’t be encouraged to drink them although the firm has always made available the sugar free alternatives.

In a tweet, the firm stated: “Due to current restrictions around the country, our Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour won’t go ahead this year. We know it’s disappointing, but we’ll continue to share special Christmas moments throughout the festive season.

“We look forward to seeing you next year.”


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