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Cockfield: Road reopens following three-vehicle crash

16:16 30 March 2014

The A134 in Cockfield is currently closed.

The A134 in Cockfield is currently closed.

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Emergency services have attended a three-vehicle collision in Cockfield, near Bury St Edmunds.

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Police were called to scene on the A134 near Rookery Farm, at around 3pm.

Officers closed the road while a roof of one of vehicles was removed by fire crews.

A silver Vauxhall Astra, a white Citroen DS3 and a black BMW 320 were involved in the crash.

A force spokesman said the road had now reopened and although an ambulance did attend there were only “minor injuries” sustained.

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