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A12 reopens after four car crash caused major delays

PUBLISHED: 09:01 06 December 2018 | UPDATED: 11:43 06 December 2018

The A12 is partially closed after a car crash  near the Capel St Mary turn off near Ipswich. Picture: GREGG BROWN

The A12 is partially closed after a car crash near the Capel St Mary turn off near Ipswich. Picture: GREGG BROWN

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The A12 has reopened after a serious four car collision caused long delays heading towards Ipswich.

Emergency services were called at 7.56am to reports of an accident near to the Capel St Mary turn off at junction 32A.

Traffic was queueing back to the B1070, junction 31.

The northbound carriage was partially closed however the wreckage of the cars have now been moved allowing traffic to move freely.

There were no serious injuries caused by the crash.

We will have more updates throughout the morning.

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