Drama caused on Suffolk's roads
Drama was caused on Suffolk's roads today after a tractor jack-knifed near the A12 and part of a milk float overturned.
DRAMA was caused on Suffolk's roads today after a tractor jack-knifed near the A12 and part of a milk float's load overturned.
A tractor with a trailer jack-knifed on a slip road off the A12 at Holton St Mary at 7.35am today.
The accident, which happened on the B1070 underneath the A12, has closed the slip road off the northbound carriageway of the A12.
The 25-year-old driver of the tractor suffered neck pains following the incident, which saw the trailer, containing liquid fertiliser, overturn.
An ambulance attended the scene but the driver was not taken to hospital.
The Environment Agency and firefighters were also put on alert due to the possible spread of the fertiliser.
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Part of a milk float's load overturned in Aldeburgh Road, near Friston, at about 7.10am today.
The incident on the A1094 caused traffic to build up in the area of the B1069 Snape Road junction.
Police say there is a lot of smashed glass in the road from bottles, which fell off the float following the accident.
The road is not closed but traffic is moving slowly as vehicles are trying to avoid the glass.