A14 reopens after crash involving Audi causes disruption

PUBLISHED: 09:04 06 June 2019 | UPDATED: 11:26 06 June 2019

The crash happened near junction 57 at Nacton on the A14. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The crash happened near junction 57 at Nacton on the A14. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


The A14 has reopened after a crash involving three cars closed the westbound carriageway at Nacton near Ipswich.

Police were called shortly after 8am to reports that three vehicles had collided on the busy road.

The road was closed near junction 57 at Nacton while emergency services worked at the scene but it has now reopened.

Tailbacks backed up to junction 58 at Seven Hills causing long delays.

The A12 was also congested at Foxhall.

The crash involved an Audi A4, a Vauxhall van and a Hyundai i30 and recovery for those vehicles is being organised.

One lane remained closed on the A14 until the vehicles were removed.

Ambulance crews were called and one person has been taken to hospital by paramedics with minor hand injuries.

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