Eight people have been taken to hospitals around the region following a major accident on the A11.
The East of England Ambulance Service were called to the scene of the incident following a collision between a coach and a black Mercedes.
Multiple resources have been sent including ambulances, paramedic managers, rapid response vehicles, three air ambulances and the hazardous area response team (HART).
Once the scale of what had happened was ascertained, a major incident was declared and ambulance, police and fire colleagues have worked closely together on scene.
Mr Storey aid that eight patients have been taken to Addenbrookes, West Suffolk, and Norfolk and Norwich hospitals. Three patients were airlifted.
Around 20 patients have been declared as walking wounded. I'd like to thank all the crews who have worked hard at the scene to safely attend to patients.
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