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Dedham: One lane of A12 southbound closed after two-vehicle crash

13:59 03 April 2014

Two-vehicle crash on A12

Two-vehicle crash on A12

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There has been a crash on the A12 near Dedham.

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One lane of the A12 on the southbound carriageway is closed and there is queueing traffic after Junction 30 because of the collision.

The accident happened at 12.30pm when a white Vauxhall Corsa collided with the central reservation and then clipped the back of a lorry. However the lorry continued to drive on without stopping.

The Corsa, which was being driven by a woman from Felixstowe, ended up on the grass embankment. The woman is not believed to have been seriously injured.

The lane remains closed as debris is cleared.

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