Police deal with six crashes today

SUFFOLK police have dealt with six incidents on the roads this morning as snow continued to cause havoc for drivers.

Richard Cornwell

SUFFOLK police have dealt with six incidents on the roads this morning as snow continued to cause havoc for drivers.

Just after midnight, a car went into ditch in Station Road, Lakenheath, and at 1.12am a car went into a sign at RAF Lakenheath.

At 6.40am two vehicles were involved in a collision at Thetford Road, Brandon, and there were long tailbacks on the Orwell Bridge after a car spun on the A14 at Wherstead just before 9am.


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Police were also called to a two-car crash at 9am at Pinebrook, Ipswich, and to help a driver whose car went into a ditch at 9.27am at High Road, Great Finborough.

No-one was injured in any of the incidents.

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Police have dealt with 35 accidents in the west of the county since the snow arrived on Wednesday - most of them due to the severe weather conditions.

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