Four killed in road accident in UK

Four killed in road accident in UK

Four people have been killed in a crash involving two vehicles.

The accident happened this evening in Worlington, near Barton Mills, Suffolk.

Police said that after the crash, one vehicle left the road, ended up in a front garden and caught fire.

Four people died at the scene.

Officers from Suffolk Fire and Rescue service and East of England Ambulance Service also attended.

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