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Update: A14 reopens after two vehicle crash leaves three injured near Trimley St Martin and closes road for around an hour

10:35 14 August 2014

A14 at Trimley reopens

A14 at Trimley reopens

Emergency services have dealt with a crash on the A14 at Trimley St Martin.

Police were called at 8.45am to the road, in the Ipswich-direction, near the junction for the village.

A force spokeswoman said two vehicles had been involved – a Volkswagen Golf and a Ford Ka – with three people injured.

Highways officers and recovery teams were called to clear the vehicles and road.

The road was re-opened at around 9.45am.

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  • Volkswagen Golf's are extremely prone to accidents aren't they?!

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