Morning motorists delayed by crashes
MOTORISTS in Suffolk were severely disrupted this morning after three major road accidents occurred.Foxhall Road, in Ipswich, was closed for more than three hours this morning after a two-car collision happened at around 7am.
MOTORISTS in Suffolk were severely disrupted this morning after three major road accidents occurred.
Foxhall Road, in Ipswich, was closed for more than three hours this morning after a two-car collision happened at around 7am.
Drivers of both cars were taken to Ipswich Hospital but their conditions were not thought to be life-threatening.
The road was re-opened fully after 10.30am.
The A14 on the Orwell Bridge in the Felixstowe direction was blocked after two women in a Nissan Micra collided with the central reservation at 8.20am.
Both women were cut free from the vehicle and while the driver only sustained minor injuries the passenger was taken to hospital with severe hand injuries.
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The road was open again at shortly after 9am.
A 31-year-old male driver skidded along the A12 on the Witham bypass and was taken to Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, with arm injuries.
The incident caused lengthy delays on the major road into Suffolk.
See tonight's Star for further details.