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Video: B1070 delays in Hadleigh due to warehouse fire

11:04 28 October 2014

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Traffic delays in both directions were reported on the B1070 near Lady Lane, Hadleigh, due to a warehouse fire.

The road was partially blocked between the A1071 at Ipswich Road and the Green junction since 6.15am this morning.

Watch video of the fire submitted by Paul Andrew here.

For the full story behind the fire click here.

2 comments

  • Looks like A12 in North Essex to me, but then again all these primary roads look pretty much the same.

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    Ipswich Entrepreneur

    Wednesday, October 29, 2014

  • Firstly, it had nothing to do with the B1070 as that is the other road into Hadleigh, this was just off the A1071. Secondly, the picture used to show the delays was certainly not taken near the Industrial Estate!

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    Tractor Boy 15

    Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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