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Police at scene of classic car crash on A14 near Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 11:41 31 August 2015 | UPDATED: 11:43 02 September 2015

Police were at the scene

Police were at the scene

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A classic car has hit the central reservation on the A14, causing delays on the westbound carriageway.

The incident, on the A14 between the junctions for Nacton and Wherstead Road, involved a Model A Ford 1931.

Police and ambulance crews are currently at the scene, at which people who were in the car are being treated for minor injuries.

Congestion is reported to stem back to the Seven Hills junction.

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