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Ipswich: Two vehicle crash on Benacre Road in Ipswich

17:20 14 February 2014

Two vehicle crash on Benacre Road

Two vehicle crash on Benacre Road

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A crash took place in Ipswich today at 2.30pm in the Benacre Road.

Nobody was injured in the two vehicle collision between a silver Peugeot 206 and a black Mercedes at the junction of Benacre Road and the Nacton Road.

The vehicles were obstructing the road but have now been removed.

3 comments

  • Its a new ploy by prevent travel ipswich cause an accident to give an excuse for fifty sets of traffic lights and months of road closures.

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    Mr cynical

    Friday, February 14, 2014

  • Big news story ! Tesco has not caused this acciddent though , the people driving did . The Racecourse caused more problems than Tesco ever will !

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    Poppys Dad

    Friday, February 14, 2014

  • Obviously the fault of Tesco and the council for poor planning and all the twazzacks that park on that corner because they are to lazy to use the car park. Its not the first and it wont be the last at a previously untroubled spot.

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    John Smith

    Friday, February 14, 2014

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