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Travel: Motorists urged to take care on icy roads following accidents in Suffolk

08:21 04 March 2014

Motorists are being warned to take care amid icy condtions.

Motorists are being warned to take care amid icy condtions.

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A number of minor shunts on icy roads across the county has prompted police to urge caution among motorists.

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A spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary said there had been a scattering of ice-related accidents, particularly in the west of the county.

“We would advise motorists to take extra caution when there is ice on the roads,” the spokesman said.

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  • it was not fair to inform lukes family about the piece of bone. until it had been verified it was from his remains.very sad and all the best to the family.

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    TERENCE MANNING

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