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WATCH: Fallen tree bough blocks road in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 09:01 15 July 2020 | UPDATED: 16:48 15 July 2020

The tree at the junction of Fletcher Road and Lely Road fell over in the early hours of July 15 Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

The tree at the junction of Fletcher Road and Lely Road fell over in the early hours of July 15 Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

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The fallen bough of an oak tree in Ipswich has left damaged gardens and blocked a road.

Road closures are in place while the fallen tree is cleared and the remaining oak tree is made safe Picture: CHARLOTTE BONDRoad closures are in place while the fallen tree is cleared and the remaining oak tree is made safe Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

The bough of the oak tree, which sits in the middle of a roundabout in Fletcher Road, fell in the early hours of July 15.

The oak tree in Fletcher Road has partially fallen down, damaging two gardens and blocking a road Picture: CARL AND JACKIE ORTONThe oak tree in Fletcher Road has partially fallen down, damaging two gardens and blocking a road Picture: CARL AND JACKIE ORTON

The fallen branches have blocked the exit to Lely Road and reportedly damaged two gardens, according to residents in the area.

The fallen branches have blocked one of the three exits on the roundabout in Ipswich Picture: CHARLOTTE BONDThe fallen branches have blocked one of the three exits on the roundabout in Ipswich Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

No one is reported as injured.

Suffolk County Council has been approached for comment.


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