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Disruption after four vehicle crash on A14

PUBLISHED: 17:29 06 December 2018 | UPDATED: 17:29 06 December 2018

The incident happened on the A14 at Nacton Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The incident happened on the A14 at Nacton Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

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Traffic heading westbound on the A14 may be affected after four vehicles collided on a slip road at Nacton.

Police were called shortly after 5pm today with reports of a four vehicle collision on the A14 at Nacton.

The crash happened on the slip road linking the A1189 with the A14 – and is affecting traffic heading westbound.

A police spokeswoman confirmed nobody was injured in the collision.

It is not clear whether police are yet on scene.

• Stay with us for updates on the breaking story.

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