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Police called to collision in east of Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 13:45 01 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:41 01 December 2017

Police discovered a crashed car in the middle of the road. File picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Police discovered a crashed car in the middle of the road. File picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

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Recovery has been arranged

Two cars have been involved in a collision in the east of Ipswich.

Officers were called to the junction of Cowper Street, Milton Street and Spring Road just after 10.50am.

They also said that oil had been reported as being on the road and that recovery had been arranged.

An ambulance spokesperson said; “We were called at 10.55am today (1st December) to reports of a two vehicle road traffic collision on Spring Road, Ipswich.

“An ambulance crew was dispatched to the scene to help.

Three patients were assessed at the scene but did not require to be taken to hospital.”

The incident had caused congestion in the area.

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