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Capel St Mary: Lane on A12 reopens after three-car crash

19:05 30 November 2012

There are lengthy delays on the A12 after a three-car crash

There are lengthy delays on the A12 after a three-car crash


MOTORISTS are facing delays on the A12 tonight after a three-vehicle crash.

The accident, between a Vauxhall Meriva, Volkswagen Touran and Vauxhall Vivaro, happened on the northbound carriageway between junction 32b for Belstead and junction 33 at the Copdock Interchange at 6.15pm.

Two vehicles were already in a layby and officers had to tow the third vehicle off the road to get traffic moving again.

Traffic queued back as far as Capel St Mary.

No-one was injured in the crash.


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