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Ipswich: Broken-down lorry blocks St Helen’s Street causes buses to get caught up in traffic

14:02 21 August 2014

Traffic has been building in Ipswich

Traffic has been building in Ipswich

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A lorry has broken down in Ipswich causing traffic chaos for motorists.

Police were called at 12.45pm to St Helen’s Street when the heavy goods vehicle came to a halt.

A force spokesman said there was the incident which was causing problems for traffic in the town with three buses caught up in the delays. Recovery of the vehicle has been arranged.

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  • Was this written by a 10 year old?

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    Esco Fiasco

    Thursday, August 21, 2014

  • Of course, the traffic could have diverted down Rope Walk... Except that some idiot decided to block it off...

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    beerlover

    Thursday, August 21, 2014

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