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A14 eastbound at Claydon reopens following two-vehicle crash

PUBLISHED: 07:47 08 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:27 08 March 2018

There are tailbacks on the A14 at Claydon eastbound following a two-vehicle collision this morning (stock image). Picture: PHIL MORELY

There are tailbacks on the A14 at Claydon eastbound following a two-vehicle collision this morning (stock image). Picture: PHIL MORELY

The A14 eastbound near Claydon has reopened following a two-vehicle collision this morning.

Police were called to the scene, just before junction 52 at Claydon, at around 6.55am today, Thursday, March 8.

Officers completely closed the eastbound carriageway as a recovery team cleared up the vehicles

The crash involved a Vauxhall Astra van, which collided with the central reservation, and a Vauxhall Zafira.

According to a spokeswoman for Suffolk police, nobody was injured in the crash and an ambulance was not required to attend.

She said: “One vehicle has ended up in the central reservation, the other car is further up the road.

“There has been a complete closure of both lanes.

“It is a damage only collision, the only problem it is causing is traffic on the roads.”

The road was cleared and reopened at around 8.40am.

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