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Tailbacks on B1079 at Grundisburgh after BMW 325 and Vauxhall Astra collide leaving debris in road

PUBLISHED: 10:58 27 June 2017 | UPDATED: 10:58 27 June 2017

An accident has caused tailbacks on the B1079 (stock photo). Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

An accident has caused tailbacks on the B1079 (stock photo). Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Tailbacks have been reported in both directions along the main road through a Suffolk village after a two vehicle “shunt” left debris scattered across the road.

Suffolk police received reports of an accident in the B1079 in Grundisburgh, near Woodbridge, at around 10.30am.

A police spokesman described the collision as a “shunt”, which left one of the drivers “shaken up”.

No one is reported to have been seriously hurt in the accident, which involved a Vauxhall Astra and BMW 325.

Police are reporting tailbacks in both directions along the road.

Drivers are advised to avoid the area, if possible, while the debris is removed from the road.

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