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Rolling roadblock on A14 near Sproughton after BMW and Vauxhall Agila collide

PUBLISHED: 18:23 05 May 2017 | UPDATED: 18:23 05 May 2017

Police weere called to an accident on the A14 near Sproughton (stock image). Picture: PC JONATHAN FIRMAN

Police weere called to an accident on the A14 near Sproughton (stock image). Picture: PC JONATHAN FIRMAN


A rolling roadblock was set up along the A14 near Ipswich this evening while police recovered two cars following a crash.

Suffolk police received reports of an accident in the westbound carriageway near Sproughton just after 5.45pm.

A police spokesman said the outside lane had been blocked and a rolling roadblock was in place while the two vehicles - a blue BMW and black Vauxhall Agila - were removed.

The cars had both ended up in the central reservation though no one is reported to have been hurt.

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