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A14: Traffic slow after accident near Trimley junction

12:09 18 May 2014

Police accident

Police accident

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The westbound carriageway of the A14 is down to one lane after an accident near the Trimley junction.

Suffolk Constabulary received reports of a two vehicle collision at around 11.30.

Officers were still directing traffic past the accident site at noon.

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