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Sproughton/A14: Car fire closes one lane of A14

PUBLISHED: 23:26 21 February 2014 | UPDATED: 23:33 21 February 2014

Police and firefighters were called to reports of the car blaze on the dual carriageway westbound near Sproughton at 9.30pm today.

Police and firefighters were called to reports of the car blaze on the dual carriageway westbound near Sproughton at 9.30pm today.

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A car fire on the A14 caused one lane to be closed for more than an hour tonight.

Police and firefighters were called to reports of the car blaze on the dual carriageway westbound near Sproughton at 9.30pm today.

A road block was put in place at just before 9.45pm, closing one lane, while firefighters worked to put out the flames.

The car was safely removed and the lane reopened at 10.40pm, a Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said.

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