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Crash at Copdock roundabout in Ipswich causing traffic delays on A12 and A14

The A12 as it approaches the Copdock roundabout.

The A12 as it approaches the Copdock roundabout.

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Motorists are facing delays after a crash at the Copdock roundabout on the outskirts of Ipswich.

Police were called today at 4.40pm to the collision between a Renault panel van and a Renault Clio car.

A police spokeswoman said the crash occurred near the traffic lights heading towards the eastbound A14.

She said there were reports that someone had been injured during the collision but could not confirm the extent of the injuries.

She said both vehicles have been taken off the road but said drivers may still face delays in the area.

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