Traffic delays caused by A14 accident
A six-week-old baby was taken to Ipswich Hospital after an accident on the A14 at the Copdock Mill Interchange
A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy was taken to Ipswich Hospital after an accident on the A14 at the Copdock Mill Interchange.
Traffic delays were caused after the four-wheel-drive hit the central reservation and overturned on the westbound carriageway, just before the start of rush hour at 4.30pm yesterday .
Police officers and paramedics attended the scene of the accident and one lane of the carriageway was closed while they dealt with it.
A police spokeswoman said the road was reopened shortly after the accident.
The child was taken to hospital to be checked in accident and emergency, but was discharged soon after.
A six-week-old baby with breathing difficulties was looked over by paramedics at the scene but not taken to hospital.
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