Video/gallery: Tree surgeons hard at work in wake of St Jude’s storm
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Tree surgeons are today being called into action to remove fallen trees from the streets of Suffolk.
A team were hard at work in Colneis Avenue, Felixstowe this morning clearing debris that was blocking the road.
Elsewhere volunteers have rallied together to clear the debris and reopen roads so neighbours can get to work.
A pine tree fell outside St John’s Church in Cauldwell Hall Road, crashing into a car - see photos by Linda Rice and Colin Hullis in our gallery.
Another tree fell in Castle Hill and Clapgate Lane was badly affected.
Louise Woods sent a picture of the scene at Needham Lakes after the storm
In Melford, power lines are down and in Hacheston a tree is blocking the road to Framlingham.
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And in Hadleigh a tree landed on Peter Cutts’s camper van.
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