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Ipswich: Traffic slow after car and lorry collide at junction between A1214 London Road and A1071

15:34 16 May 2014




Traffic is reportedly still slow in Ipswich this afternoon after a collision between a car and lorry at a busy junction to the north of the town.

Suffolk Constabulary received reports that a Fiat Punto and SsangYong lorry were involved in an accident at the junction between the A1214 London Road and the A1071 shorlty after 2pm.

The road was partially blocked for around an hour but has since been cleared.

There were no reported injuries.

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