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Kesgrave: Road reopens after three-vehicle crash

PUBLISHED: 18:24 30 November 2012 | UPDATED: 20:01 30 November 2012

Emergency services are dealing with a three-car crash in Kesgrave

Emergency services are dealing with a three-car crash in Kesgrave

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EMERGENCY services have reopened a road after a three-vehicle crash in Kesgrave.

Suffolk police were alerted to the accident, involving a Vauxhall Meriva, Renault Clio and Vauxhall Astra, at 5.25pm at the junction of Foxhall Road and Bell Lane.

The roads were partially closed while firefighters and paramedics dealt with the scene.

All three vehicles were recovered and no injuries were sustained.

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  • I am not surprised there has been a pile up at that junction, as you are coming out of bell lane there is so much overgrowth you cant see whats coming along foxhall road.

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    janet essex

    Friday, November 30, 2012

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