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Rougham: Car and lorry collide on A14 prompting partial closure

18:47 30 January 2014

A14 now open after crash involving car and lorry

A14 now open after crash involving car and lorry

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There has been a crash involving a car and a lorry on the A14 at Rougham.

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The eastbound carriageway around J45 was blocked after the lorry and car collided around 5.30pm causing extensive damage to the side of the car. No serious injuries have been reported however the driver of the Ford Focus car was left “shocked and upset”. The lorry was foreign registered.

The road is now open.

Earlier today an accident happened on the westbound carriageway at the same junction.

A Fiat van and Vauxhall Corsa were involved in the collision at around 7.45am this morning. No one was injured.

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