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Suffolk: Fallen trees cause traffic delays

PUBLISHED: 18:26 21 November 2012 | UPDATED: 18:30 21 November 2012

Fallen trees are causing problems for motorists

Fallen trees are causing problems for motorists

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HIGH winds are causing havoc across Suffolk by bringing down trees.

A fallen tree on the B1456 between Freston Hill and The Strand in Wherstead caused a two-vehicle accident at 4.45pm.

It left the road blocked with delays at the Redgate Lane junction.

Fallen trees are also causing queuing traffic elsewhere across the county with Main Road in Chelmondiston partially blocked near the Woodlands junction.

Main Road in Woolverstone is also partially bloked near the Harkstead Lane junction.

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