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A140 at Yaxley reopens after two more people die on Suffolk’s roads

10:34 16 November 2015

Two people died in a crash on the A140 on Sunday

Two people died in a crash on the A140 on Sunday

Part of the A140 closed after a fatal crash yesterday has now reopened.

Two people who were travelling in a car died after the collision between their vehicle and a lorry around 8.30pm near Yaxley.

The driver of the lorry was treated for shock.

The road had remained closed until this morning while police carried out an investigation into the crash.

The number of fatalities from road crashes in Suffolk has now risen to five in four days, following collisions at Frostenden and Snape last Thursday.

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  • My son traveling along the A140 at around 6-30am and was confronted by a Road Closed sign and a diversion sign no ilunmiation what so ever not even a pair of flashing lamps, on a very dark morning this was an invitation for yet another accident?

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    cyclopath

    Tuesday, November 17, 2015

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