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Update: The Strand in Wherstead reopens after car overturns

PUBLISHED: 09:42 06 August 2014

A car has overturned on The Strand

A car has overturned on The Strand

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A driver has suffered minor injuries after their car overturned in Wherstead this morning.

Suffolk police received reports of a single vehicle accident on The Strand (B1456) in Wherstead just before 7am.

The road was partially blocked in both directions between the Redgate Lane junction and the A137, but was reported as cleared by 8.26am.

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