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Two-vehicle crash on A12 at Copdock

PUBLISHED: 20:27 11 October 2018 | UPDATED: 20:28 11 October 2018

A car and a lorry were involved in a crash on the A12 near Copdock. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

A car and a lorry were involved in a crash on the A12 near Copdock. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

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Emergency services are at the scene of a two-car crash on the A12 at Copdock.

Police were called at around 7.45pm tonight, Thursday October 11, to the scene on the northbound carriageway.

According to a police spokesman, the crash involved a Ford Focus and a Honda Civic.

She those involved had escaped the collision with minor injuries.

“Two cars have had an accident,” she said, “the carriageway has been partially blocked.”

She added a rolling roadblock has been put in place by officers while the scene is being cleared.

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