A14 eastbound cleared after crash near Seven Hills roundabout
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A crash between a lorry and a car on the A14 approaching the Seven Hills roundabout near Ipswich which caused long tailbacks in the area has now been cleared.
Police were called at around 6am today, Monday, January 13, to the scene of the crash between junction 57, the Nacton Interchange, and junction 58 at Seven Hills.
A police spokesman said lane one of the eastbound carriageway was blocked by the crash, which involved a lorry and a black BMW car.
She added there were no reports of any serious injuries.
The crash caused traffic to queue up on the eastbound carriageway towards Felixstowe, stretching as far back as the Orwell Bridge.
The vehicles were recovered and the carriageway cleared by 7.40am.
The central reservation has been damaged as a result of the crash as has some of the road surface.
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A police spokesman added Highways England would be assessing the road in due course.