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Emergency repairs to A14 at Stowmarket causes traffic hold ups

PUBLISHED: 08:33 27 June 2018

The A14 near Stowmarket where a lane has been closed for emergency repairs. Picture:GOOGLE MAPS

The A14 near Stowmarket where a lane has been closed for emergency repairs. Picture:GOOGLE MAPS


Traffic was held up on the A14 nears Stowmarket this morning between the Haughley junction and the A1120 into Stowupland and Combs Ford.

One of the lanes had to be closed for emergency repairs to be carried out by the Highways Agency causing queues heading towards Ipswich.

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