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One lane closed on the A14 towards Felixstowe after a road traffic collision

PUBLISHED: 18:08 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 23:50 19 June 2017

Severe delays are expected after an accident on the A14 resulted in a lane closure. Picture: CHRIS OZANNE

Severe delays are expected after an accident on the A14 resulted in a lane closure. Picture: CHRIS OZANNE

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The incident is affecting traffic between Trimley Saint Mary and Felixstowe, towards Walton on the A154 and towards the Port of Felixstowe.

An accident on the A14 has resulted in queuing traffic and severe delays between Trimley Saint Mary and Felixstowe.

It is believed that the incident occurred at around 4.06pm this evening, June 19, after two vehicles sustained minor damaged from the collision.

Police reportedly arrived at the scene at around 5.45pm and one lane has been closed on A14 Westbound in Trimley Saint Mary.

The incident is currently ongoing and is affecting traffic between Trimley Saint Mary and Felixstowe, towards Walton on the A154 and towards the Port of Felixstowe.

The road was cleared at 6pm.

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