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Coach carrying 13 passengers collides with pick-up truck in Brome

File image of emergency services at the scene of a collision. Picture: ASHLEY PICKERING

File image of emergency services at the scene of a collision. Picture: ASHLEY PICKERING

Firefighters were called to a crash in a Suffolk village tonight as there were fears someone may have been trapped in a vehicle.

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The crash between a coach and a pick-up truck happened in Rectory Road, Brome, near Eye, shortly before 6.45pm.

The collision involved a single decker coach carrying 13 passengers and a Volkswagen Amarok. A spokeswoman for Suffolk Constabulary said no one was believed to be seriously hurt as a result of the crash. Four fire crews from Suffolk and Norfolk were sent to the incident.

Vehicles attended from fire stations in Diss, Thetford and Eye. The police spokeswoman said: “Initially there were reports of someone trapped in their vehicle.” The ambulance service also attended the collision.

The road was blocked at the junction with the A140, the police spokeswoman said.

For more news from Suffolk and north Essex, visit the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star websites and social media pages.

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