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Ipswich: Two-vehicle crash on A14 between Copdock Interchange and Orwell Bridge

09:09 11 August 2014

Travel disruption on the A14.

Travel disruption on the A14.

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Motorists on the A14 faced delays this morning after a two-vehicle crash between the Copdock Interchange and Orwell Bridge.

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A grey Nissan Almera and a red Volkswagen Golf were involved in a collision eastbound at 8.25am.

Police said both vehicles were removed from the inside lane by 8.50am, adding only minor injuries were sustained.

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