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Wherstead: Busy road blocked after collision between a car and a cyclist

PUBLISHED: 12:13 05 April 2014 | UPDATED: 14:36 05 April 2014

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A busy road near Ipswich has been blocked and traffic is building following a collision between a car and a cyclist.

The incident happened at the junction of the A137 and the B1456, near the ski slope, at about 11.30am today.

The cyclist suffered a leg injury but it is not believed to be life threatening.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said there have been some delays on the road as a result of the incident.

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