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Delays remain after crash cleared on A12

PUBLISHED: 10:19 01 November 2018

A busy stretch of the A12

A busy stretch of the A12


Serious delays remain after a van that crashed off the A12 is cleared.

The vehicle crashed just before 7am and the emergency services were called shortly after.

The white van crashed and flipped onto its roof, landing in a hedge on the verge of the road.

The fire service were in attendance, sending out two engines from separate stations in Suffolk. Essex Fire also sent out one engine but it was not required at the scene.

The Police and Ambulance Service were also in attendance and a male was extracted from the van before their arrival.

He suffered minor injuries.

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