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Update: Southwold Road in Blyford has re-opened following earlier crash

PUBLISHED: 17:35 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 19:43 22 February 2013

An Adnams lorry is understood to have shed its load

An Adnams lorry is understood to have shed its load

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An accident in Southwold Road, Blyford, in which a woman suffered minor injuries has been cleared.

Police were alerted at 3.06pm today to the crash involving a silver Toyota Yaris which had flipped onto its roof.

The fire service and ambulance crews were also asked to attend to help the woman.

She was treated by the ambulance service and it is not believed her injuries were serious.

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