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Man in his 80s with serious injuries after collision at Sainsbury’s petrol station, Bury St Edmunds

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UPDATE: A man in his 80s has been taken to West Suffolk Hospital this afternoon after a serious incident in Bury St Edmunds.

Officers were called to Sainsbury’s Petrol Station in Bedingfeld Way by the East Anglian Ambulance Service at around 3.10pm today following reports of a collision between a vehicle and a man in his eighties.

The man was treated at the scene and the petrol station closed while officers dealt with the incident.

He was taken by land ambulance to hospital in what has been described as a ‘very serious condition’ suffering with head, chest and pelvic injuries.

Two ambulances, an ambulance officer, a rapid response vehicle and the air ambulance were called to the scene. The rapid response vehicle arrived within five minutes of the emergency call.


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