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Update: Road reopened after accident on A12 near Stratford St Mary

17:02 03 February 2014

Crash on A12 near Stratford St Mary

Crash on A12 near Stratford St Mary

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The A12 is now fully open again after a serious crash closed part of the road between Stratford St Mary and Ardleigh.

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The southbound carriageway of the A12 had been blocked by a Toyota Hylux which had rolled onto its roof.

Their were two casualties as a result of the crash with one, the driver, remaining trapped for some time; both have now been released.

The rescue and clear-up operation has now been completed and both lanes of the southbound carriageway have reopened.

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