Two officers undergo life-threatening accidents after collision

Two officers undergo life-threatening accidents after collision


wo cops have been left with life-threatening accidents after a street visitors collision with one other automotive in Suffolk.

Police have been known as shortly after 1.20am on Sunday to a report of a two-vehicle collision on the B1112 in Eriswell, the place a gray BMW was in collision with a marked police automotive – a white Peugeot 308.

Emergency companies, together with police, fireplace, ambulance service, air ambulance and a volunteer paramedic from Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS), attended the incident.

Two male cops – the motive force and passenger of the police automotive – have been taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge by land ambulance having sustained life-threatening accidents.

The driving force of the BMW, a person aged in his 20s, was arrested on the scene on suspicion of inflicting severe damage by harmful driving and driving while unfit by drink or medication.

Suffolk Police mentioned he was taken to West Suffolk Hospital as a precaution and has since been taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre for questioning, the place he stays.

It’s understood that the 2 officers weren’t responding to an emergency name and weren’t in pursuit of the BMW on the time of the collision.

The B1112 remained closed on Sunday afternoon in each instructions between Underly Street and Lords Stroll as authorities perform their investigation and get better the automobiles.

Suffolk Police is urging anybody with info to contact the Roads and Armed Policing Group, quoting CAD 26 of 25 September through, emailing: or calling 101.

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