A14 near Levington reopened following crash and fuel spill

Traffic is queueing as far back as felixstowe after an incident took place on the a14 near Levington

Traffic is queueing as far back as Felixstowe after an incident involving a van and a lorry took place on the a14 near Levington - Credit: Joe Aguilar-Millan

The westbound carriageway of the A14 between Levington and the Seven Hills interchange has reopened after an incident which caused fuel to be spilled on the road. 

The incident, which involved a crash between a lorry and a van occurred shortly before 11.30am.

It is described as having taken place just before the exit ramp. 

The road was closed from about 11:30am-2:30pm.

Police, fire and rescue and the ambulance service teams attended the scene. 

The extent of any injuries is still unclear. 

Traffic was diverted along Felixstowe Road from Levington and back onto the A14 at Seven Hills. 

The incident on the A14 occured on the off ramp heading towards Levington

The incident occured on the off ramp heading towards Levington - Credit: Google Maps

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