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Ipswich: Drivers hurt in two-car crash on A12 Copdock

PUBLISHED: 07:44 08 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:17 08 February 2013

Two drivers have suffered injuries 100 yards before the A12 Copdock roundabout.

Two drivers have suffered injuries 100 yards before the A12 Copdock roundabout.

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TWO drivers have sustained injuries following a two-vehicle crash on the A12 at Copdock this morning.

The accident, involving a silver Ford Fiesta and a green BMW happened 100 yards before the Copdock roundabout at around 7:17am.

Two motorists have sustained minor injuries and ambulance services were called. It is not yet known if they have been taken to hospital. The injuries are not thought to be serious.

One lane is closed northbound, causing tailbacks.

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