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Warning of delays on A14 to Felixstowe Dock for abnormal load

PUBLISHED: 12:19 15 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:15 15 August 2017

Police (stock image)

Police (stock image)

Motorists are being warned of potential delays today as an abnormal load is transported through Suffolk.

Suffolk police vehicles will be escorting the transportation of the load, which measures 5.66m wide, 18.05m long and 4.42m high cases and weighing 76,000kg.

It will be travelling from the A1303 Quy Bridge layby to Felixstowe Dock from 9am this morning, Tuesday August 15.

The load will travel from the A1303 layby, junction 35 on the A14 and local roads to the dock.

A Suffolk police spokesman said: “Delays can be expected along these routes.”

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