Two people taken to hospital following rush-hour crash on A146
Emergency services were called into action after a car came off the road and crashed into a tree near Worlingham during rush-hour.
Police were called just before 5pm yesterday (November 15) following a report of a single vehicle collision on the A146 between Worlingham and Beccles.
The East of England Ambulance Service attended the scene with a rapid response vehicle and ambulance crew.
The man and woman who had been travelling in the white Ford B-Max Zetec were taken by ambulance to James Paget University Hospital, in Gorleston.
An ambulance spokesman said the pair suffered “minor injuries”.
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Two fire crews, one from Beccles and one from Lowestoft South, also attended but took no action.
At the time of writing the vehicle remains in a ditch along the roadside. It is clearly marked with police tape and poses no danger to traffic.
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Police confirm the vehicle will be removed shortly.