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Woodbridge: Tractor and van involved in collision

10:19 26 February 2013

Drivers face delays after metal poles fall from lorry

Drivers face delays after metal poles fall from lorry

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MOTORISTS faced delays in Woodbridge this morning after a tractor collided with a van.

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The incident happened at around 8.10am on the A12 Martlesham, southbound between B1438 Ipswich Road and A1214 Main Road.

A Renault Kangoo was involved in an accident with a tractor.

Police said no injuries were sustained. A blocked lane has now re-opened.

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