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Copdock: Man arrested following road rage incident between lorry driver and cyclist

16:07 13 February 2014


A man has been arrested in connection with a road rage incident in the village of Copdock on Tuesday February 4.


The incident took place between 10.15am and 10.45am today and was between the driver of a heavy goods vehicle and a cyclist travelling along Elm Lane.

The 48-year-old lorry driver sustained a head injury and lost consciousness during the confrontation.

Today, a 40-year-old Ipswich man was arrested on suspicion of assault and questioned at the Martlesham Police Investigation Centre.

He has been bailed to return on March 14.



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