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Raydon: B1070 closed after car collides with telegraph pole

17:32 28 June 2014

Road is closed in Raydon due to a collision.

Road is closed in Raydon due to a collision.

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A road is closed in Raydon, near Capel St Mary, after a car collided with a telegraph pole.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said the B1070, which is closed in both directions near the Rectory Close junction, would have to remain shut because it could take several hours to repair the power cable.

A diversion will be in place.

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