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Ipswich: Traffic disruption as manhole cover collapses on Nacton Road

09:02 03 February 2014

Traffic disruption in Ipswich

Traffic disruption in Ipswich

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A manhole cover has collapsed on the Nacton Road.

Traffic has been disrupted on the Nacton Road due to the collapsed manhole cover near J57 onto the A14.

Police were called about the manhole at 7.54am. The road remains open and police await Anglian Water to come and carry out repairs.

There is also heavy traffic on the A14 eastbound in Ipswich between J56 and the Nacton Interchange.

4 comments

  • The manhole cover looks totally wrecked.

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    Andrew Berry

    Monday, February 3, 2014

  • All day to fix it tonight still the hole and temporary traffic lights good old council getting priorities right and finding somewhere to put more lights

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    pandy

    Monday, February 3, 2014

  • Presumably the police and the Council are looking into it.. :)

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    mmm

    Thursday, February 6, 2014

  • All day to fix it tonight still the hole and temporary traffic lights good old council getting priorities right and finding somewhere to put more lights

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    pandy

    Monday, February 3, 2014

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