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Haughley: Police guided traffic round stationary van on A14

PUBLISHED: 13:26 13 June 2014 | UPDATED: 13:26 13 June 2014

Police have directed on the A14

Police have directed on the A14


Motorists had to swerve to miss a van which was stuck in the middle of the A14.

Police were called at 10.35am to the road, in the Ipswich-bound direction, before the junction for Haughley.

A force spokeswoman said drivers had to “swerve” to avoid the Ford Transit which had been in a minor crash.

She added that no-one had been hurt but the police were having to direct traffic before the vehicle is taken away.

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