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Suffolk: Van blaze on the A11 near Red Lodge causes delays for motorists

PUBLISHED: 18:36 08 May 2014 | UPDATED: 19:37 08 May 2014

Van on fire on the A11 near Red Lodge

Van on fire on the A11 near Red Lodge

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A van fire on the A11 near Red Lodge caused delays for motorists this evening.

Van on fire on the A11 near Red Lodge Van on fire on the A11 near Red Lodge

The incident, on the northbound carriageway, was reported at 5.15pm today and firefighters and police were called to the scene.

The vehicle involved in the blaze was a transit van and the blaze was brought under control at 5.55pm.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said the incident has caused delays for motorists.

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