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Copdock: Lane reopened after lorry and three cars in interchange smash this morning

10:18 15 January 2014

One lane was closed after the crash near the Copdock Interchange

One lane was closed after the crash near the Copdock Interchange

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There has been a four vehicle crash near the Copdock Interchange this morning.

Three cars and a lorry were involved in the collision at 9.20am on the Westbound carriageway just before the interchange.

It is believed the articulated lorry crashed into the back of a small car. A white Suzuki Swift, a silver VW Golf and a red Peugeot 306 were involved. An ambulance was called as one woman was in shock and complained of neck pains. A community first responder also attended the scene.

Lane one of the carriageway was closed for less than an hour while emergency services attended the scene. Both lanes opened just after 10am.

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