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”.
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.