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Three-vehicle crash causing delays on A12 approaching Copdock Interchange

PUBLISHED: 17:40 18 February 2016 | UPDATED: 17:40 18 February 2016

The A12 as it approaches the Copdock roundabout.

The A12 as it approaches the Copdock roundabout.

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There are delays on the A12 this evening because of a crash near Ipswich.

One lane of the northbound carriageway about half a mile before the Copdock Interchange has been blocked by the four-vehicle collision.

A spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary said it was called to the scene around 3.42pm, with a pair of vans two of the vehicles involved.

They added the people in the vehicles had suffered only minor injuries.

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