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Four vehicles involved in crash on A14 eastbound at Copdock

PUBLISHED: 09:38 15 February 2018 | UPDATED: 10:29 15 February 2018

Police are on the scene at the moment. Stock image. Picture: ARCHANT

Police are on the scene at the moment. Stock image. Picture: ARCHANT

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Four vehicles were involved in a crash on the A14 eastbound this morning.

The accident took place at Copdock near junction 55 at 8.30am and there were reports of some delays in the area.

The incident involved a blue Ford Focus, a white Volkswagen van, a white Ford Transit van and a red Citroen Picasso.

No serious injuries have been reported.

The vehicles were recovered just before 10am and a spokesman for Suffolk police said traffic appears to be moving freely.

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