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Traffic delays after lorry crash on A14

PUBLISHED: 14:21 19 November 2018 | UPDATED: 14:21 19 November 2018

The crash happened at Woolpit, near Bury St Edmunds Picture: EMILY TOWNSEND

The crash happened at Woolpit, near Bury St Edmunds Picture: EMILY TOWNSEND


Motorists are being warned of long tailbacks after a van and lorry collided on the A14 at Woolpit.

Police were called at 8.30am on Monday morning to reports of a two vehicle crash on the major Suffolk road.

A lorry is thought to have collided with a van at Woolpit, blocking both lanes heading westbound.

Tailbacks are reportedly stretching as far back as Stowmarket – eight miles from the scene of the crash.

An ambulance has been called but it is not yet clear if anybody was injured in the collision.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk Constabulary confirmed police are at the scene and the incident is ongoing.

This is the second lorry crash to block the A14 this morning.

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