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Ipswich: Wooden box causing hazard to traffic on Orwell Bridge

17:56 02 March 2014

Orwell Bridge

Orwell Bridge

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A wooden box has been located on the Orwell bridge, causing a hazard to traffic.


A police unit are on their way to the bridge to remove the item and will implement a rolling road block.



  • Mr Passmore and Co please could you explain how a news paper can reactive and report a minor incident like this before the police force can actual react and clear the road. You say you want to reduce delays on this vital route then get your people to do their job quickly and efficiently.

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    A Smith

    Sunday, March 2, 2014

  • is this the coffin that the final nail will go in to ,for the death of a Suffolk ran police force,

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    Monday, March 3, 2014

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