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Elveden: A11 reopens after three cars involved in crash

20:03 10 March 2014

Police, paramedics and firefighters were called to reports of the collision at around 4.45pm today.

Police, paramedics and firefighters were called to reports of the collision at around 4.45pm today.

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The A11 has reopened after an earlier crash involving three cars near Elveden.

Police, paramedics and firefighters were called to reports of the collision at around 4.45pm today.

The road was closed northbound until just after 7.10pm, as work was carried out to recover the vehicles and clear the scene.

A Ford Transit van, Citroen and Fiat were involved in the collision, according to a Suffolk Constabulary spokesman.

An ambulance was also called to the scene but was stood down with no injuries reported, an East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said.

Delays were reported in both directions in Elveden between Elveden Crossroads and Forest retail park roundabout.

Congestion was also reported at Barton Mills and Mildenhall.

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