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UPDATE: Road cleared following two-vehicle collision outside Marks and Spencer in Bury St Edmunds


A road in Bury St Edmunds town centre has been reopened following an earlier two-vehicle collision.

Officers were called at 3.45pm to reports of the collision in Buttermarket, in which a vehicle had driven into the back of a stationary vehicle outside Marks and Spencer.

The vehicles involved were reported to be a black Land Rover and a grey Mazda Sport.

An ambulance from the East of England Ambulance Service also attended the scene and treated one patient, a woman in her 50s.

An ambulance service spokeswoman said the patient was taken to West Suffolk Hospital for a check-up, but her injuries were not thought to be serious.

The road was cleared by 4.30pm.


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