Lowestoft embedded car: Driver released from hospital

Audi crashed in Lowestoft home The Audi TT crashed into the house in the early hours of Sunday 24 March

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A driver whose car became embedded in the side of a house when he crashed in Suffolk is out of hospital and "on the long road" to a full recovery.

Lewis Richardson, 21, was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge with head injuries following the crash in Lowestoft, on 24 March.

He has now been released and has returned home, Suffolk Police said.

Three people were in the house on Long Meadow Walk at the time of the crash but were uninjured.

Mr Richardson's parents, Graham and Ann, wrote a letter to the Lowestoft Journal to thank the emergency services who helped their son.

"We are also grateful to everyone who prayed for him and who sent their good wishes to him and our family," the couple said.

"Lewis is now out of hospital and on the long road to a full recovery."

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