Investigations are ongoing after a car crashed into a pub in Suffolk, leaving two men dead and four injured.
The Citroen Berlingo car collided with the White Hart pub in Blythburgh at around 9.30pm on Saturday, police said.
Emergency services attended but two men were pronounced dead at the scene.
Two men were taken to Ipswich Hospital with serious injuries, including one who was transferred in a critical condition to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.
Another man was airlifted to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, while a fourth man was taken to the James Paget Hospital and later transferred to the Norfolk and Norwich with serious injuries.
Both of these men remain stable, police said.
All six men were travelling in the car at the time of the collision, according to reports.
Officers said there appears to have been no significant damage to the pub.
The road was closed until 4am on Sunday while an investigation into the crash got under way.
Suffolk police have urged anyone who witnessed the crash or may have seen the car beforehand, which had been travelling north on the A12 towards Lowestoft, to contact them.
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