Van crashes into brick wall outside Barclays Bank in Woodbridge Road, Ipswich
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A van crashed into a brick wall outside a bank after a collision in Ipswich.
The two-vehicle crash at the mini-roundabout outside Barclays Bank in Woodbridge Road took place at 5.20am on Tuesday.
Part of the brick wall outside the bank was “badly damaged” after a Ford Transit van crashed through it following the collision with a Ford Focus, police said.
The van had to be “dragged out” of the brick wall before it was recovered, a force spokesman said.
There were no injuries or arrests and police had cleared the road by 7am.
Police tape remains at the scene of the crash this morning.
The Focus was also recovered.
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There was also a two-vehicle crash at the mini-roundabout at 6.30pm on Monday, which resulted in heavy delays during the rush hour as the road was blocked.
There were also no serious injuries as a result of the collision, a spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary said.