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Martlesham: Motorist in hospital after three-vehicle crash on A12

16:18 18 April 2014

Congestion on A12 and Ipswich Road following three-car crash

Congestion on A12 and Ipswich Road following three-car crash


A motorist is in hospital after being cut free by firefighters from a three-vehicle crash on the A12 near Martlesham.


Emergency crews were called to the collision between the A1214 Main Road and B1438 Ipswich Road at 3.05pm today.

Fire crews cut free a motorist who was taken to Ipswich Hospital with back and neck injuries not thought to be life threatening, a Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said.

The road was partially closed before reopening shortly before 3.40pm, the force spokesman added. Congestion reportedly stretched back to Adastral Park.

The incident involved a Kia Picanto, a Ford Transit and a Fiat Qubo.

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