A fire engine has overturned in Suffolk while responding to an emergency call.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said the appliance was on its way to a road accident when it was involved in a collision in the Onehouse area near Stowmarket.
A spokesman said:
One crew member was injured and taken to Ipswich Hospital. His condition is not thought to be serious.
The crew, from Stowmarket, was one of three dispatched to a collision between a van and a car in which a child was injured in the village of Shelland.
People living close to the epicentre of the earthquake in Rutland last night have been describing how they heard a 'loud bang' and their homes felt like they were shaking.
Click below to hear what they've been telling our reporter Sarah Cooper
Staff at the Sun Inn in Cottesmore had just finished their shift when they felt last night's earthquake.
Although there's little sign of the tremor pub landlord Andrew Leatherdale talked us through the CCTV that captured the moment.
Two people have been charged following a police operation in Norwich and Long Stratton yesterday morning.
Armed officers, raided addresses in Whitwell Road, Ladbrooke Place and Humbleyard in Norwich and an address in Lime Tree Avenue, Long Stratton.
Steven Wilson, aged 21, of Ladbrooke Place in Norwich has been charged with assault by beating, criminal damage and possession of an imitation firearm; relating to an incident in Palmer Close, Norwich last month.
Maria Walker, aged 24, of Ladbrooke Place in Norwich has been charged with possession of an imitation firearm; relating to an incident in Palmer Close, Norwich, on the 9 December 2014.
A woman, aged in her 30s, from the Norwich area was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender and was bailed to return to Wymondham Police Investigation Centre in March.
Residents have taken to Twitter to describe the moment an earthquake struck an area of the East Midlands
The government has announced an extra £155.5m in funding for the Anglia region as part of a bid to boost economic growth in the area.
The money is an expansion of the Growth Deal announced by ministers in July last year.
It will see the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership in Norfolk and Suffolk awarded an additional £48.5m to spend on a number of projects.
They include the creation of an Aviation Academy - the first of its kind in the UK - and new innovation centres in Ipswich and King's Lynn to support businesses to set up and grow.
In the greater Cambridge and Peterborough areas, £38m will be used to help create an Institute of Advanced Construction, a Highways and Civil Engineering Academy, and will fund the construction of the new Ely Southern Bypass, among other projects.
Hertfordshire will benefit from an extra £22.3m which will be spent on regeneration projects in Bishop's Stortford and Hatfield, and a state-of-the-art engineering design and innovation centre in Stevenage.
And in Northampton, Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes, £46.7m will be used towards projects including a new centre focused on intelligent technology at Cranfield University, and a new "creative industries hub" in Northampton.