Firefighters had to release a casualty from their car after a road accident near Haverhill last night (Wednesday, Jan 22).
One pump and one rescue tender from Haverhill, two volunteer doctors from Suffolk Accident Rescue Service and an ambulance all attended the collision on the B1054 in New England, which happened at about 5.40pm.
Medical staff treated two casualties at the scene, one of which had to be extracted from their vehicle.
One casualty suffered minor injuries and was discharged at the scene, the other had potential spinal injuries so was conveyed to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge for further treatment.
Both Haverhill appliances were back at the station by 7.51pm.
The Echo has no other information on the patient’s condition at this time.