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Delays on A14 westbound after crash

PUBLISHED: 18:49 05 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:49 05 January 2016

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There are delays on the A14 westbound after a single vehicle crash at junction 47 at Woolpit.

The incident involves a van.

No-one has been injured in the crash.

Emergency services are on scene.

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