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Debris on the road at Copdock after collision involving horse box

PUBLISHED: 18:14 30 September 2018 | UPDATED: 19:32 30 September 2018

Police say they are concerned about the other two occupants of the van Picture: PA

Police say they are concerned about the other two occupants of the van Picture: PA

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Police warned of debris near Copdock this afternoon after a collision involving an HGV horse box and a car.

The collision took place shortly before 5pm this afternoon on the the slip road from the off slip going towards Colchester.

A spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary said that officers assisted traffic in the area.

The vehicle involved was a Vauxhall and the road was clear 10 minutes later.

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