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Colchester/A12: Lorry breakdown causes travel disruption at Ardleigh junction

20:30 24 February 2014

The heavy goods vehicle broke down northbound at the A1232 Ardleigh junction after suffering a tyre puncture at around 3.45pm today.

The heavy goods vehicle broke down northbound at the A1232 Ardleigh junction after suffering a tyre puncture at around 3.45pm today.

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Motorists on the A12 near Colchester faced travel disruption this evening after a lorry broke down at a major junction.

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The heavy goods vehicle broke down northbound at the A1232 Ardleigh junction after suffering a tyre puncture at around 3.45pm today.

Engineers worked to remove the lorry and the road was fully reopened by 8.30pm.

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