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Two-vehicle collision takes place on A12 at Woodbridge

PUBLISHED: 09:27 22 February 2018 | UPDATED: 10:57 22 February 2018

Police were called to the incident.  Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Police were called to the incident. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

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Two cars were involved in an accident on the A12 at Woodbridge this morning.

A Skoda and a Volvo estate were involved in the collision on the A12 southbound near the Seckford Hall/B1438 roundabout/Top Street just before 9am.

No injuries were reported.

There are no reports of any delays in the area.

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