A man has been injured after a crash on the A14 that closed part of the carriageway for more than three hours.

Suffolk Police was called to the A14 westbound at Beyton, near Bury St Edmunds, at 6.17pm on Friday, February 23.

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service also sent crews from Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket and Elmswell at 6.38pm, with the ambulance service also in attendance. 

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There had been a single-vehicle crash involving a Mercedes car, thought to be due to excess surface water on the road.

The carriageway was shut for more than three hours and it reopened at 9.57pm.

A man was hurt in the incident with the extent of injuries not known at present, though it has been confirmed it is not life-threatening.