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Traffic chaos after car overturns near Ipswich Waterfront

PUBLISHED: 17:24 27 November 2018 | UPDATED: 06:46 28 November 2018

The crash happened on Grimwade Street, part of Ipswich's one-way system Picture: NSRAPT

The crash happened on Grimwade Street, part of Ipswich's one-way system Picture: NSRAPT


Motorists were caught in serious delays after a car flipped over in Grimwade Street, part of Ipswich’s one-way system.

Police closed one lane of Grimwade Street, near to where the road meets Fore Street, following the incident at roughly 4pm on Tuesday afternoon.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said a Fiat Punto flipped over, blocking one lane.

He confirmed one person suffered minor injuries.

Police cleared the road shortly before 5.20pm.

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