Nacton junction onto A14 westbound reopen after oil spill

320 people have been killed on the county's roads in the last decade. Picture: ARCHANT ARCHIVE

320 people have been killed on the county's roads in the last decade. Picture: ARCHANT ARCHIVE - Credit: Tom Potter

The entry slip road onto the A14 westbound from Nacton was temporarily closed tonight.

Suffolk Constabulary received a report of an oil spill on the road around 6pm.

Highways engineers cleared the spillage and the road was reopen around 9pm.

A police spokeswoman said the cause of the oil spill was not known.


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