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Broken down car causes rush hour delays on A12

PUBLISHED: 17:48 25 June 2018 | UPDATED: 18:33 25 June 2018

The A12 near Stratford St Andrew, where a broken down vehicle has caused delays Picture: GOOGLE

The A12 near Stratford St Andrew, where a broken down vehicle has caused delays Picture: GOOGLE


Motorists are facing delays on the A12 this afternoon after a car broke down and needed recovery.

Suffolk police received reports of a stationary vehicle in the southbound carriageway near Stratford St Andrew, south of Saxmundham, at around 4.15pm.

A police spokesman said a recover team arrived to remove the vehicle from the road at around 4.50pm.

However, delays were still reported to be affecting motorists at 5.30pm.

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