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One lane still blocked following Bishops Hill collision

PUBLISHED: 18:35 16 April 2019 | UPDATED: 20:27 16 April 2019

Heavy traffic is building at the junction of Bishops Hill, Felixstowe Road, Nacton Road and Rosehill Road in Ipswich following a collision between a BMW 4 series, a Kia Sedona and a Ford Galaxy. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

Heavy traffic is building at the junction of Bishops Hill, Felixstowe Road, Nacton Road and Rosehill Road in Ipswich following a collision between a BMW 4 series, a Kia Sedona and a Ford Galaxy. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

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Suffolk police have been called to the scene of the collision between a BMW 4 series, a Kia Sedona and a Ford Galaxy near Holywells Park in Ipswich this evening.

The collision occurred at the crossroads between Nacton Road, Rosehill Road, Felixstowe Road and Bishops Hill at around 5.55pm today, Tuesday, April 16.

The bus lane remains blocked while awaiting recovery vehicles to remove the vehicles from the scene.

The East of England Ambulance Service has not been called to the scene.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said: “We were called by a member of the public to reports of a three-vehicle collision near Holywells Park earlier this evening.

“We arrived on the scene of the collision, between a grey BMW 4 series, a brown Kia Sedona and a grey Ford Galaxy shortly before 5.55pm.

“Traffic is beginning to build in the area.

“There are currently no reported injuries.”


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